Monday, June 11, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Dollar Steady, Stocks Drift After Inflation Data: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Yields rise before expected Fed rate increase

[Reuters] Historic Trump-Kim summit ends with promise, light on substance

[Reuters] Trump surprises with pledge to end military exercises in South Korea

[Reuters] Consumer prices jump 2.8 percent for biggest increase in more than six years

[BloombergQ] U.S. Small-Business Optimism Hits Second-Highest on Record

[Reuters] Trump, in trade feud with allies, say won't let them take advantage of U.S.

[CNBC] Trump says Trudeau's comments are going to cost Canada 'a lot of money'

[Reuters] With rate hike in the bag, focus turns to Fed's policy language

[BloombergQ] The Fed's Job Is About to Get Harder

[BloombergQ] Powell's Fed Could Clear Up a Few Mysteries Puzzling Investors

[BloombergQ] Italy's Yield Curve Is Bearing the Brunt of Fickle Politics

[BloombergQ] China’s Master Plan: A Worldwide Web of Institutions

[BloombergQ] OPEC Highlights Demand Uncertainty Before Crucial Meeting

[BloombergQ] Sydney Home Bubble Deflates as Loans Revisit 2008 Losing Streak

[WSJ] U.S.-Canada Rift Roils Nafta Talks

[WSJ] The Fed’s Biggest Dilemma: Is the Booming Job Market a Problem?

[WSJ] China’s Bond-Market Mystery: Why Aren’t There More Defaults?

[FT] Brazil’s central bank in firepower test with currency speculators

[FT] Macron resolute on trade as Trump bromance cools

[FT] Italian debt strife reveals pitfalls of Europe’s market structure

[FT] Quantitative tightening puts Asian markets on volatile path

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 edges upward as U.S.-North Korea summit approaches

[Reuters] Yields rise before Fed meeting; solid demand at auctions

[Reuters] IMF's Lagarde says global economic outlook darkening by the day

[CNBC] Corporate executives are using stock buybacks to pad their own compensation, according to the SEC

[Reuters] Venezuela annual inflation hits 24,600 percent in May: National Assembly