Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Add to Records, Dollar Gains With Oil: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Warns U.S. Stocks Are Now Reaching Peak Optimism

[Bloomberg] From China's Factories to Your Shopping Cart, Price Hikes Loom

[Bloomberg] Investors Are Charging Into Emerging Market ETFs

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Continue to Chase the Herd With Record Momentum Bets

[CNBC] Cashin skeptical of record highs: 'We're really vulnerable'

[CNBC] The Fed and the market are having a hard time getting on the same page

[Bloomberg] ETF Investors Miss Out on the Best Commodity Trade of the Year

[Bloomberg] Dallas Police and Fire Pension Backs Cutbacks to Avoid Collapse

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Can't Sue Over Investments in Fannie and Freddie

[NYT] As an Age of Nationalism Dawns, a Multinational Deal Collapses

Tuesday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] Dollar Rises as Gain in Mining Stocks Offsets HSBC: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] European Bonds Decline as PMI Data Point to Faster Inflation

[Bloomberg] China to Draft Rules to Rein in Asset Management Risks

[Bloomberg] HSBC Plunges After Missing Profit Estimates on Revenue Drop

[Nikkei Asian Review] Yield curve proves hard to steer for nervous BOJ

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Economic Recovery Broadens as France Outpaces Germany

[Reuters] China offers banks lure of lower reserves to get more money to ailing sectors

[Bloomberg] How Political Risk Is Shifting to Developed Markets

[WSJ] President Trump Will Be Able to Recast the Fed by Filling Vacancies

[WSJ] Banks Retreat From Apartment Market

[FT] German 2-year debt yields hit record low

[FT] Rules threaten $100bn worth of China share sales