Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Slide With Won as Election Angst Boosts Yen, Gold

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall to July Low as Election Anxiety Rises Amid Fed

[Bloomberg] Auto Sales Slow as U.S. Eases From Peak to ‘Pretty Good’ Market

[Bloomberg] European Bonds Fall as Central-Bank Hiatus Adds to Global Rout

[Bloomberg] China Is Losing Its Emerging Markets Growth Engine

[WSJ] Inflation Jitters Spark Retreat From Bond ETFs

[FT] Financial markets jolted as US election polls tighten

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. lower amid election jitters, tepid data

[Bloomberg] Bonds Resume Selloff on China Factory Pickup; Gasoline Surges

[Reuters] Italian bond yields hit 8-month high as risk focus switches from Spain

[Bloomberg] Mexican Peso Slides After U.S. Poll Shows Trump Edging Ahead

[Bloomberg] Oil Trades Near One-Month Low as Gasoline Jumps on Shut Pipeline

[Bloomberg] U.S. Manufacturing Expands at Modest Pace as Orders Cool

[Reuters] Italy's response to Commission on 2017 budget "un-constructive" -EU official

[Bloomberg] Buy Gold No Matter Who Wins the Election, HSBC Says

[Bloomberg] Equity Traders Are Preparing for a Tsunami Amid Tranquil Seas

[WSJ] South Korea Throws Its Shipbuilders a $9.6 Billion Lifeline

[WSJ] Bank of Japan Trims Inflation Forecasts

[FT] Happy 5th ECB anniversary: Draghi’s 11 most memorable moments

[FT] Slide continues for junk bond ETFs

[FT] Corporate bond market set for record year of debt issuance

[Reuters] Turkish military deploy tanks, military vehicles to Iraqi border area: sources