Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Nudge Higher Before China Reopens: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Fall, Stocks Mixed as Commodities Gain: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Leak Probe Dooms Lacker But Leaves Key Question: Who Leaked?

[CNBC] Richmond Fed President Lacker says he was involved with Medley leak, announces immediate resignation

[Bloomberg] What the Fed Minutes Could Reveal About the Balance Sheet

[Reuters] Trump says planning 'haircut' for Dodd-Frank banking regulations

[Bloomberg] Dimon's Annual Letter: Key Takeaways on Brexit, Tech and Taxes

[WSJ] Fed’s Lacker Resigns Over Leak, Dealing Blow to Bank’s Credibility

[WSJ] Gold, Yen, Bonds Gain as Investors Step Up Safety Plays

[FT] Huishan saga exposes China’s tycoon finance risk

[FT] ECB and Trump rally help European junk bond issuance double

[Bloomberg] North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile Before Xi-Trump Meeting

[CNBC] Military nightmare scenario brewing in the East China Sea

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Fall After Weak Car Sales, Yen Rises: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] The Danger of a Sell-off in U.S. Stocks Grows

[Bloomberg] Trade Deficit in U.S. Narrows in February to Four-Month Low

[Reuters] Harker, joining chorus, says Fed could trim bond portfolio this year

[Bloomberg] Ryan’s Border Tax on the Ropes as Trump Ponders Overhaul Plan

[Reuters] 'Not natural friends': Trump, Xi will be 'odd couple' at first summit

[LA Times] As he gets ready to meet Trump in Florida, China's Xi Jinping has a lot to worry about

[Washington Post] New CBO numbers offer a dose of reality on tax reform

[NYT] Within Hours, Plans for a Quiet Corner of China Send Home Prices Soaring

[WSJ] European Debt’s Biggest Buyer Becomes Its Biggest Risk

[FT] Franco-German short term yield spreads blow out to eurozone crisis high