Thursday, April 13, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Decline Amid Mounting Geopolitical Unease: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Loan growth stalls despite profit, trading gains at some big banks

[CNBC] Homes this spring are selling faster than ever

[WSJ] Loan Growth Slowdown Hurts Some Banks More than Others

[WSJ] China’s Gamble: How a Crusade to Prop Up the Yuan Imperils Other Pressing Mandates

[FT] Rise of private debt creates fears of a bubble

[Bloomberg, Lake] Trump Said No to Troops in Syria. His Aides Aren't So Sure.

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Retreat on Trump Talk as Dollar Steadies: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Trump triggers U.S. bond yield slide, dollar recovers

[Bloomberg] U.S. Producer Prices Decline for First Time Since August 2016

[Bloomberg] Fear Is Creeping Back Into Markets

[Bloomberg] Populism in Developed World Trumps EM as Geopolitical Risks Rise

[Bloomberg] China Exports Surged the Most in Two Years as Imports Moderated

[Bloomberg] China's $1.4 Trillion Debt Wall Seen Forcing Issuance Rise

[Bloomberg] RBA Intensifies Alert on Aussie Household Debt, Property Market

[Reuters] Foreign journalists in North Korea gather for 'big event' amid tensions

[NYT] Trump Reversals Hint at Wall Street Wing’s Sway in White House

[WSJ] Looming Threat of U.S. Government Shutdown Drives Options Bets

[FT] Investors buckle up as French election first round looms