Monday, November 21, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] S&P 500, Dow, Nasdaq, Russell 2000 Hit Record Highs as Oil Jumps

[Bloomberg] China May Face Yuan Float if Capital Controls Fail

[Bloomberg] Three Charts Signal Dark December for Slumping China Bond Market

[Bloomberg] How India's Cash Chaos Is Shaking Everyone From Families to Banks

[Reuters] Top ECB officials pledge continued support to euro zone economy

[Bloomberg] 2017 is when a decade of global monetary easing ends, says BAML

[Reuters] Hedge funds slow to adjust champagne tastes to beer budgets

[FT] Tail risks wagging the dog with Wall Street fear gauge

[FT] EU to retaliate against US bank capital rules

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Climb to Record High as Crude Surges, Dollar Falls

[Bloomberg] Yuan Falls to Eight-Year Low as Central Bank Cuts Reference Rate

[Reuters] Germany's Schaeuble urges ECB to reverse policy

[CNBC] Washington can now help relieve 'only game in town' Fed, Fischer says

[Reuters] Citi and JPMorgan top list of globally systemic banks

[Bloomberg] Goldman: How Corporations Will Spend Their Huge Piles of Overseas Cash

[Bloomberg] Inside a Moneymaking Machine Like No Other

[Bloomberg] Paulson’s Big Long: A Bet on Trump Yields Power and Profit

[Bloomberg] Brexit Bulletin: Take Care, Cliff Edge Ahead

[Bloomberg] Merkel's Fourth Election Will Be Her Toughest

[Reuters] Brazil's Temer warns debt to swell to size of GDP if spending not curbed

[The Hill] Record number of Americans think nation is divided

[NYT] Dallas Stares Down a Texas-Size Threat of Bankruptcy

[FT] Malaysia asks foreign banks to stop ringgit trading

[WSJ] After Years of Turmoil, Republican Tax Overhaul Picks Up Speed

[WSJ] Asian Corporate Debt Plans Run Into ‘Trump Effect’