Thursday, October 27, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bonds Selloff Deepens as Japanese Stocks Buoyed by Weaker Yen

[Bloomberg] Japan Consumer Prices Keep Falling, Household Spending Slips

[WSJ] Merger Deals Set Monthly Record, Even as Election Looms

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stocks dip as earnings pour in, consumer discretionary lags

[FT] Rising defaults cast cloud over US junk bond surge

[WSJ] Inflation Fear Fuels Bond Rout

[WSJ] October Has Already Set a Record for U.S. M&A Deals

[FT] Global bond yields climb to multi-month highs

[FT] China signals return to strongman rule

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bonds Sink on Policy Outlook Amid Debt-Sale Deluge; Stocks Fall

[Reuters] Asia shares slip after Apple results hit Wall Street, dollar off highs

[Bloomberg] China Steps Up Yuan Rhetoric as Currency Falls to Six-Year Low

[Bloomberg] Orders for U.S. Capital Goods Decline by Most Since February

[Reuters] ECB's Nowotny says December meet will decide on QE, what assets to buy if prolonged

[Reuters] China September industrial profit growth slows, signals fragile recovery

[Reuters] BOJ won't try to push down super-long yields: Kuroda

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank warns of tough times ahead as braces for U.S. fine

[Bloomberg] These Are the Charts That Scare Wall Street

[Bloomberg] Hamptons Home Prices Fall the Most Since 2013

[WSJ] Auto Lenders Have New Reason to Worry

[Reuters] China's Xi anointed 'core' leader, on par with Mao, Deng