Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise on Consumer Confidence After Debate; Oil Slumps

[Reuters] Political support for 'dinosaur' banks must end: Bundesbank's Dombret

[Reuters] Italy set to cut growth forecasts, hike deficit

[Bloomberg] Draghi Goes Head-to-Head With German Critics of ECB’s Low Rates

[Bloomberg] Europe’s Crisis-Fighting Fund Gets Paid to Borrow for Nine Years

[Bloomberg] Vancouver, London Top List of Cities at Risk of Housing Bubble

[WSJ] Deutsche Bank Puts Germany in a Bailout Bind

[WSJ] China’s Currency? That’s the Least of the Problems for the Next U.S. Leader

[FT] German financials face sustained market pressure

[FT] Deflation risk and trade slump cast chill over global economy

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Erase Clinton Rally as Oil Tumbles; Mexico’s Peso Climbs

[Bloomberg] Europe’s Markets Miss Out on Clinton Rally as Banks, Crude Drop

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Risk Measures Soar on Financial Health Concern

[Reuters] Worries over German banks sink bond issue, hit shares

[Bloomberg] Bond Market Split by Deutsche Bank Woe as Traders Shun Periphery

[Bloomberg] Oil Drops as Iran Says It Won’t Freeze Output at Current Level

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Pare Losses as Clinton, Trump Spar in U.S. Debate

[Bloomberg] China’s Shibor Climbs to Seven-Week High as PBOC Withdraws Funds

[Bloomberg] Consumer Confidence in U.S. Hits Nine-Year High on Job Optimism

[Dow Jones] U.S. Home Prices Continued Brisk Growth in July, Case-Shiller Says

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Returns to Haunt Merkel in an Election Year

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Shrinks Further in Asia With Goldman, BofA Cuts

[WSJ] Hedge Funds Take Another Punch to Gut

[FT] German financials face sustained market pressure

[FT] Global debt binge eludes riskiest US companies

[WSJ] Bank of Japan Confesses: Even We Don’t Trust the Bank of Japan