Thursday, November 3, 2016

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 losing streak runs to 8 days as Facebook weighs

[Bloomberg] Is China Repeating Japan’s Missteps?

[Reuters] Egypt floats pound, eyes IMF deal within days

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Sales Cool in Market’s Worst Slump Since February

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Risks of ultra-easy ECB policy increasingly clear: Weidmann

[Reuters] Emerging markets to see fourth year of net capital outflow in 2017 -IIF

[Bloomberg] China May Be Set for a Shock Fall in Foreign-Exchange Reserves

[Bloomberg] Investors Are Pouring Into an ETF That Protects Against Higher Inflation

[WSJ] Turkey’s Crackdown Sweeps Through Business and Finance, Imperiling the Economy


Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise as Election Risks Fade; Pound Jumps on Brexit Ruling

[Bloomberg] Bonds Fall as BOE Drops Rate-Cut Signal; Pound Jumps on Ruling

[CNBC] Sterling spikes as UK court deals blow to government's Brexit plans

[Bloomberg] A Tough Month for Safety-Minded Investors

[Reuters] China services sector grows at fastest pace in four months in October: Caixin PMI

[Bloomberg] Xi Turns Sights on Wayward Senior Leaders in China Graft Fight

[Reuters] UK court says parliament must have Brexit say, dealing blow to government

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank set to be among hardest hit by new capital rules - sources

[Bloomberg] Super-Carry Goes Ballistic as Ruble's Not Atrocious

[WSJ] China Slowdown Deepens Looming Pension Crisis

[FT] Rise of the algos rattles commodity traders

[Reuters] Turkey's Erdogan says Germany has become 'haven for terrorists'