Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Extends Rally as OPEC Said to Reach Output Deal; Stocks Rise

[Bloomberg] Yellen Sees Solid Job Growth, No Fixed Timetable for Rate Rise

[Bloomberg] Traders Doubt Yellen’s December Resolve as Credibility Attacked

[Bloomberg] California Suspends ‘Business Relationships’ With Wells Fargo

[Bloomberg] China's Red-Hot Property Market Risks Missing Lessons From Japan's Crash

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] S&P 500 Falls as Oil Erases Gain, Traders Assess Yellen Remarks

[Bloomberg] Why People Have Been Worrying About Deutsche Bank, in 12 Charts

[Reuters] Germany denies preparing Deutsche Bank rescue plan

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank CoCo bonds trading surges as crisis deepens

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Troubles Cast Long Shadow Over European Banking

[Bloomberg] Plosser Says Fed Faces Troubling Credibility Problem on Rates

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Face Most Difficult Era Julian Robertson’s Ever Seen

[Bloomberg] China Bank Bond Leveraged Bets Lure Investors With 15% Yield

[Bloomberg] China’s Ambitious Plan to Make the Yuan the World’s Go-To Currency

[Bloomberg] Draghi Defends ECB Policy in Speech to German Critics in Berlin

[Reuters] Global monetary easing moves hit 200th milestone since Jan 2015

[FT] Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam warns European banks fragile

[WSJ] U.S. Believes Hackers Are Shielded by Russia to Hide Its Role in Cyberintrusions