Friday, March 31, 2017

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Drop on Final Day of Stellar Quarter: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar edges up but heads for worst quarter in a year

[Bloomberg] U.S. Personal Spending Cools as Inflation Reaches Fed’s Goal

[CNBC] Commerce’s Wilbur Ross warns the US is already in a trade war

[Reuters] Trump to order trade abuses study, improve import duty collection

[Bloomberg] How the Yellen Fed Got Religion Over the Stock Market and Policy

[Bloomberg] Calmest Market in More Than Decade on VIX Quarterly Drop: Chart

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Inflation Slows More Than Predicted on Oil, Food

[Bloomberg] ECB’s Coeure Says Forward Guidance Could Change, Just Not Yet

[Bloomberg] German Unemployment Slides to Record Low as Economy Booms

[Bloomberg] China Manufacturing Gauge Climbs to Highest in Almost Five Years

[Reuters] China March service sector growth fastest in nearly 3 years-official PMI

[Bloomberg] Japan Inflation Registers First Back-to-Back Rise Since 2015

[Bloomberg] Zuma Faces Widening Backlash After South African Cabinet Purge

[Bloomberg] Trump Predicts ‘Very Difficult’ Meeting With China’s Leader

[Reuters] Republican disarray deepens as Trump attacks rebel conservatives

[WSJ] Consumer Inflation Tops Fed’s Target

[WSJ] China Digs In on Trade as Trump Warns of ‘Very Difficult’ Summit

[FT] Political risk stalks booming Silicon Valley

2017-03-31T07:46:10+00:00