Monday, November 14, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bonds Rise With Emerging Markets After Trump Selloff; Oil Surges

[Bloomberg] Asian Currencies Tumble to Seven-Year Low Amid Stock Outflows

[Reuters] Asia stocks under pressure as dollar hovers near 14-year high

[Bloomberg] German Bonds Outperform in Selloff as Safe Status Remains Intact

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales in U.S. Jump More Than Forecast in Broad Advance

[Bloomberg] Spike in Mortgage Rates Throws a Wrench Into U.S. Housing Market

[Dow Jones] Fed''s Lacker: Fiscal Stimulus ''Would Bolster Case for Raising Rates'' 

[Reuters] Italy polls get worse for Renzi as referendum nears

[Bloomberg] German Cooling, Italy Rebound Keep Euro-Area Growth at 0.3%

[Bloomberg] Dollar Is New Fear Index as Easing Renders VIX Useless, BIS Says

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumers Are Increasingly Defaulting on Loans Made Online

[Bloomberg] Negative-Yielding Bonds Plummet to $8.7 Trillion After Trump Win

[Reuters] Britain's Brexit plan? There is no plan, leaked memo says

[Bloomberg] Hedge-Fund Love Affair Is Ending for U.S. Pensions, Endowments

[WSJ] Junk Bonds Sound an Alarm in Stocks

[FT] 10-year JGB yield trades above zero for first time since September

[FT] Corporate bond sell-off tests investor appetite

[WSJ] As Japan’s 10-Year Bond Yield Turns Positive, BOJ’s Experiment Is Tested

[Reuters] Hong Kong court, in line with China ruling, bars pro-independence lawmakers

[Bloomberg] Populism Takes Over the World