Thursday, October 13, 2016

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Banking Shares Drag U.S. Stocks Lower as Earnings Reports Loom

[Reuters] Verizon says Yahoo hack 'material,' could affect deal

[Bloomberg] Flailing Chinese Firms Turn to Red-Hot Property to Bolster Books

[Bloomberg] North Dakota Is Pumping Oil at the Slowest Pace in Two Years

[Bloomberg] Renzi Gambles All on Referendum Haunted by Weak Italian Economy

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Slide, Treasuries Gain as China Concern Resurfaces

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Fall as China Exports Unexpectedly Drop, Yen Gains

[Bloomberg] Dollar’s Rally Falters as China Export Slide Drives Yen Higher

[Reuters] Disappointing China trade data spurs fears recovery may be faltering

[Bloomberg] China's Cooling Property Market May Risk Economic Growth

[Bloomberg] Pound’s Plunge Squeezes U.K. Firms as Brexit Hedges Unravel

[Bloomberg] Citi Is Worried About the Political Winds Blowing Against Yellen

[Bloomberg] SEC Said to Demand That Cooperman Agree to Hedge Fund Suspension

[Reuters] Billionaires had a rough year in 2015 - relatively

[WSJ] China Sees ‘New Challenges’ in Mortgage Surge

[FT] China’s property bulls keep running hard

[FT] China corporate raider’s wealth soars ninefold to $17bn

[WSJ] Fed Rate-Rise Plan Hits Snag in Stronger Dollar, Higher Long-Term Yields

[WSJ] Future of Banking Looks Dark—Why That’s a Problem

[WSJ] A Trans-Atlantic Revolt Against Central Bankers

[FT] Stumpf’s departure likely to have big consequences for US banks