What I’m reading ~ 3/1/2017

  1. A Look at Vietnam’s Bond Market
  2. Some Things I’ve Learned over the Years
  3. The David Rubenstein Show: Bill Gates

4. Goldman Sachs’ CEO reflects on the 2008 crisis on the David Rubenstein Show

5. Top-10 predictions for the telecoms, media and technology sectors 2017

 

 

Front running: January 3

  • Stocks Gain With Commodities Amid China Optimism (BBG)
  • Dollar, global stocks firm as 2017 trading starts in earnest (Reuters)
  • Oil hits 18-month highs as markets eye output cuts (Reuters)
  • Earnings Recovery Set to Propel Stocks Higher in 2017 (WSJ)
  • Republican-led Congress lays groundwork for Trump (Reuters)
  • Battles Await Ambitious GOP Agenda, Including Repeal of ACA (WSJ)
  • 2017 Will Be the Riskiest Year for Geopolitics Since WWII, Eurasia Group Says (BBG)
  • Trump team seeks agency records on border barriers, surveillance (Reuters)
  • Paris Wants to Lure 20,000 Bankers From London (BBG)
  • Champions of 401(k) Lament the Revolution They Started (WSJ)
  • Oil business seen in strong position as Trump tackles tax reform (Reuters)
  • Shipping Alliances Shore Up Industry, Worry Customers (WSJ)
  • China navy confirms carrier conducted drills in South China Sea (Reuters)
  • China Gets Strict on Forex Transactions to Stop Money Exiting Abroad (BBG)
  • Trump aware of ‘urgency’ of North Korea nuclear threat: South Korea (Reuters)
  • Trump Taps China Critic Lighthizer for U.S. Trade Representative (BBG)
  • Gunman in Istanbul nightclub attack may have trained in Syria (Reuters)
  • What We Could Learn From the Fed Minutes (BBG)
  • Solar Could Beat Coal to Become the Cheapest Power on Earth (BBG)
  • Luxury Apartment Boom Looks Set to Fizzle in 2017 (WSJ)
  • The Fallout From Madoff’s Fraud Includes an Ironic Twist for Investors (BBG)
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