Thursday, September 15, 2016

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks End Six-Day Slump as Fed Rate-Increase Bets Wither

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise on Apple Rally as Oil Advances; Treasuries Fall

[Bloomberg] Funds Load Up on Risk as Crisis-Era Securities Make a Comeback

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Rebuffs U.S. Over $14 Billion Mortgage Settlement

[FT] China’s ‘national team’ in quiet retreat from stock market

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bonds Retreat as U.S. Stocks Edge Higher Amid Data; Oil Rebounds

[Bloomberg] U.S. Oil Holds Near $44 as Libya, Nigeria Seen Adding to Glut

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Extend Losing Streak to Sixth Day as Japan Falls

[Bloomberg] China’s H Shares Go From Best to Worst as Stimulus Bets Recede

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales in U.S. Decline in August by More Than Forecast

[Bloomberg] Factory Output in U.S. Declines More Than Forecast in August

[Bloomberg] Traders Agonize Over ‘The Curve’ as Japan Upends World Bonds

[Bloomberg] Currency Volatility Climbs as End Seen to Ultra-Easy Policy Era

[Bloomberg] PBOC Yuan Positions Drop to Lowest Since 2011: Chart

[WSJ] China’s Credit Fire Hose Floods Housing Market

[Bloomberg] Why China's Debt Levels Are All About Property Prices

[Reuters] Brazil's Lula charged as 'top boss' of Petrobras graft scheme

[Reuters] Brazil police conduct search, seize warrants in probe with BNDES links

[Bloomberg] Canada’s Household Debt Burden Is Now Bigger Than Its GDP

[WSJ] Fiscal Policy Makes a Quiet Turn Toward Stimulus

[Reuters] Saudi prince warns Iran against using force to pursue rivalry