Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stock Slump Deepens in Asia Amid Election Angst as Bonds Advance

[Bloomberg] Fed Sets Up Possible December Move While Leaving Rates on Hold

[Bloomberg] December Fed Hike Odds Approach 80% as Traders Pivot to Payrolls

[Bloomberg] The S&P May Do Something It's Only Done During Financial Crises

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank: This Measure of Household Finances Could Spur the Next U.S. Recession

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Thinks Draghi’s Gone Over to the ‘Dark Side’

[Bloomberg] May Warned Brexit Talks Might Get Vicious as Court Ruling Looms

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Clients Dump Humans for Computers and Still Lose

[Bloomberg] Vancouver Home Sales Fall 39% as New Rules Chill Market

[FT] Hedge fund wins big from betting on QE bond buying

[WSJ] Fed Sends New Signals About a Possible December Rate Increase

[WSJ] Hong Kong Political Brawling May See Beijing Lay Down Law

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Fall as Bonds Rise With Gold Amid Election Jitters

[Bloomberg] Oil Tumbles After U.S. Crude Stockpiles Climb Most on Record

[Reuters] Stocks, dollar rattled by tightening U.S. election race

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Slide to Two-Week Low as U.S. Race Tightens

[Reuters] China debt risks stoke internal debate over lowering 2017 growth goal

[Bloomberg] Bank of Japan Signals Onus Is Now on Abe Government, Shirai Says

[Bloomberg] Companies in U.S. Add Fewest Workers in Five Months, ADP Says

[CNBC] Here's double trouble for Wednesday's markets — the Fed and the election

[Bloomberg] Why China's Latest 'Financial Innovation' Might Not Work

[WSJ] Fed Doesn’t Aim to Push Inflation Beyond 2%

[WSJ] Macro Hedge Funds Come Roaring Back

[WSJ] Banks No Longer Make the Bulk of U.S. Mortgages

[FT] Shadowy margin lending fuels China commodity futures boom

[NBC] Putin Wants to Push Microsoft Out of Russia in Battle with U.S.