Friday, September 2, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Spain’s Rajoy Loses Bid to Govern, Boosting Chances of New Vote

[Bloomberg] Spanish Bonds’ Worst Week Since June Shows Concern on Politics

[FT] Financial markets confused over Federal Reserve’s next move

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Markets Stuck in a Rut as Jobs Data Keep Traders Guessing

[Bloomberg] Payrolls in U.S. Rise by 151,000 in August; Jobless Rate Steady

[Bloomberg] OPEC Output Rises to Record Before Talks With Russia on Freeze

[Bloomberg] Gold Jumps as U.S. Jobs Disappointment Dims Tightening Prospects

[Bloomberg] Emerging Assets Set for Weekly Fall Before Key U.S. Jobs Report

[Bloomberg] Credit-Crunched Companies Rise to Level Rivaling 2009, S&P Says

[Bloomberg] Dead Zone for Stocks Breathes Life Into Options Bull-Bear Trade

[Bloomberg] Another Sign Manhattan Real Estate Is Feeling the Pain

[Reuters] Investment Focus-Any ECB move into stocks unlikely to be plain sailing

[Bloomberg] Yuan’s Share of World Currency Trading Doubles, BIS Survey Shows

[Bloomberg] China’s Zhu Says Monetary Policy Ineffective, Fiscal Aid Needed

[Reuters] Chinese government flexes muscles with Uber, DreamWorks probes

[FT] China: the former EM darling

[NYT] A Chinese Mystery:Who Owns a Firm on a Global Shopping Spree?

[NYT] Behind China’s Anbang: Empty Offices and Obscure Names

[WSJ] How $1 Billion Made Its Way to the Prime Minister