Monday, March 13, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Drop, Stocks Mixed as Fed Meeting Looms: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Big banks should split off riskiest activities: FDIC's Hoenig

[Bloomberg] GOP Health Plan to Increase Uninsured by 24 Million, CBO Says

[Bloomberg] Weidmann Dismisses Trump Team’s Euro Claims Before G-20 Gathers

[Bloomberg] Wall Street has found its next big short in U.S. credit market

[Bloomberg] SoFi's Loan Losses Pile Up as Even Wealthy Borrowers Default

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Exit Emerging-Market Assets as Real Money Swoops In

[NYT, Irwin] The Fed’s Era of Easy Money Is Ending

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Packed Calendar Has Investors in Holding Pattern: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Extends Decline as U.S. Drilling Accelerates Amid OPEC Cuts

[Reuters] BOJ seen standing pat, may highlight disparity on growth and prices

[Reuters] At the Fed, spring comes early with return to new 'normal'

[Bloomberg] The ETF Canaries Signaling Danger in the Credit Coal Mine

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Trade ‘Hammer’ Aims to Pound China, Mexico and the WTO

[AFP] Brexit set to begin as bill enters final stages

[Bloomberg] Sturgeon Calls for New Scottish Independence Vote

[Bloomberg] Everything You Need to Know About France’s Elections

[Bloomberg] One Dutch Election the World Will Be Watching: QuickTake Q&A

[Reuters] Exclusive: Japan plans to send largest warship to South China Sea, sources say

[WSJ] Your Pension Check May Soon Be Coming From an Insurance Company