Thursday, March 16, 2017

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] The Gold Party's Back on After Yellen Reassures the Market

[Bloomberg] The Market Is Acting Like the Fed Cut Rates Yesterday

[Bloomberg] Low VIX Got You Down? These Fear Gauges May Do the Trick

[Bloomberg] Mounting Costs, Not PBOC, Could Slow China's Bank Debt Binge

[FT] China treads closer to a day of debt reckoning

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dovish Fed, Dutch Vote Spur Stocks as Oil Advances: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] French, Italian Bonds Boosted by Dutch Defeat for Populists

[Bloomberg] Housing Starts in U.S. Climbed to Four-Month High in February

[Bloomberg] BOJ Stays the Course With Policy Unchanged After U.S. Rate Hike

[Reuters] Relief in EU capitals as Dutch PM sees off far-right's Wilders

[CNBC] Fed is still way behind the curve after rate hike, says former governor

[Reuters] Here are the winners & losers in Trump's 'America First' budget

[CBC] Canadian households owed $2 trillion at the end of 2016

[Politico] Trump budget would pay for military buildup with domestic cuts

[The Hill] Tax-reform challenges go beyond border fight

[FT] Cautious Fed happy to walk into a run of rate rises

[Reuters] China pledges firm response if Japan interferes in South China Sea

[Bloomberg] Taiwan Plans Military Spending Surge to Counter Rising China

[FT] Erdogan’s informers: Turkey’s descent into fear and betrayal