Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[MarketWatch] Oil suffers suffer largest one-day loss in six weeks

[Bloomberg] Stocks Slide as Oil Tumbles, Dollar Strengthens: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] ETFs Create Stock Markets That Are Both Mindless and Too Expensive, Study Says

[Reuters] Minsheng Bank says branch chief suspected of illegal conduct

[FT] IMF says debt binge leaves US corporate assets exposed

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Advance With Dollar as Haven Demand Eases: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Macron clings on to lead in tense French election race

[Bloomberg] Melenchon Softens Attacks on Euro as French Race Tightens

[Bloomberg] Fed June Hike Odds Below 50% After Inflation Expectations Tumble

[Bloomberg] Ryan's Best Hope to Avoid a Shutdown: Making Friends With Pelosi

[Bloomberg] Markets Start to Ponder the $13 Trillion Gorilla in the Room

[Reuters] Trump "absolutely not" trying to talk down dollar - U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin

[Reuters] Reflation trades of 2016 deflate with remarkable speed

[Reuters] China relaxes some cross-border capital curbs as yuan steadies: sources

[Reuters] ECB rate hike would help reduce German current account surplus: media

[Bloomberg] There's a Bottleneck in Asia's High Grade Bond Market

[WSJ] A Le Pen-Mélenchon Runoff: Investors’ Nightmare Scenario in France

[FT] China struggles to deal with ‘hopeless’ North Korea