Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fade as Jitters Persist Amid Oil Rout; Bonds Advance

[Reuters] U.S. yield curve at steepest in two months; stocks dip

[Bloomberg] Volume in the Volatility Market Absolutely Exploded During Tuesday's Rout

[Bloomberg] The Bond Market Is Flashing a Signal That Traders Haven’t Seen Since 2012

[CNBC] State pension funds are awash in red ink: Here's your share

[CNBC] Ben Bernanke: 'Premature' to count out negative rates

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Industry Growth ‘Unwelcome,’ Says Caxton’s Andrew Law

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Stabilize With Bonds as Metals Rally; Crude Renews Slump

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Extend Drop Amid Stimulus Angst as Yen, Bonds Fall

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets in Longest Slump Since June as Volatility Jumps

[Bloomberg] China’s Stocks Fall to One-Month Low on Monetary Policy Concern

[Bloomberg] China’s Credit Expansion Rebounds in August on Property Binge

[Reuters] BOJ to make negative rates centerpiece of future easing: sources

[Bloomberg] How China Is Reshaping Market Correlations in Asia

[Bloomberg] There’s a $300 Billion Exodus From Money Markets Ahead

[CNBC] Wall Street pumps the brakes on auto lending

[Bloomberg] Remember When Investors Were Worried About Emerging Market Debt?

[Bloomberg] Luxury-Home Sales in Vancouver Plunge on Foreign-Buyer Surcharge

[Reuters] Chancellor: No hyperinflation, just Weimar malaise

[WSJ] Volatility Puts Some Funds at Risk

[WSJ] Washington’s Wake-Up Call

[WSJ] China’s Stranglehold on Yuan Leaves Markets Gasping for Air