Friday, October 14, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Fed's Yellen says 'high-pressure' policy may be only way back from crisis

[Bloomberg] Bulls Unshaken as Profit Duds Rattle U.S. Stocks in Winding Week

[Bloomberg] U.S. Deficit Widens for First Time Since 2009 on Spending Surge

[Reuters] ECB rate meeting, Chinese GDP in focus

[Bloomberg] London Home Prices Fall for Fifth Month, Worst Streak Since 2009

[Bloomberg] Italy Debt Tops 150% of GDP Without Underground, Illegal Economy

[Bloomberg] Bond Investors Question U.S. Pilot Program for Mortgage Insurers

[Bloomberg] U.S., Russia Wrangle Over Aleppo as Bombs Threaten Deeper Rift

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound as Commodities Advance After China Alarm Subsides

[Reuters] China inflation relief sends global stocks, dollar higher

[Bloomberg] U.K. Bonds Plunge, Pushing 10-Year Yield to Highest Since Brexit

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Mixed After China Inflation Data, Thai Shares Jump

[Bloomberg] Yuan Set for Biggest Weekly Drop Since January as Pressures Rise

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales in U.S. Rose in September by Most in Three Months

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Profit Beats Estimates on Surge in Bond-Trading Revenue

[Bloomberg] Bromance Between Xi and Putin Grows as U.S. Spats Escalate

[Reuters] Shanghai banks told to limit loans to property developers - report

[CNBC] China faces delicate balance between debt and growth: S&P

[WSJ] China’s Ballooning Mortgage Debt Built on Shaky Foundation

[FT] European bond funds hit by largest outflow in more than a year

[FT] Little-known trading strategy exacerbates market turmoil

[FT] China rethinks developing world largesse as deals sour

[Reuters] China warns 'hostile forces' trying to undermine military reform

[NYT] Xi Jinping Reminds China’s State Companies of Who’s the Boss