Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Shares Set for More Gains With Japan Shut as Bonds Retreat

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Climb to Record Highs as Dow Tops 19,000; Oil Falls

[Bloomberg] Trump Looks to Put Stamp on Fed in First Months of Presidency

[Bloomberg] Why Italy’s Bank Problem Challenges the Rule Book: QuickTake Q&A

[Bloomberg] Goldman: Hedge Funds Are Poised to Get Beaten for the Eighth Year Straight

[Reuters] Russia rejects U.S. criticism of Kaliningrad missile deployment

[Reuters] From soldiers to midwives, Turkey dismisses 15,000 more after coup bid

[NYT, Irwin] What Will Trump Trade Policy Actually Look Like? Three Possibilities

[FT] Virtu calls on US regulator to examine risks of ETFs

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise Around the World as Crude Oil, Metals Extend Advance

[Bloomberg] U.S. Existing Home Sales Climb to Highest Since Early 2007

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise for Second Day as Commodities Rally With Won

[Bloomberg] PBOC Boosts Yuan Fixing After 12-Day Drop to Weakest Since 2008

[Bloomberg] Fed Hike Is Certainty for Bond Traders as Market Odds Reach 100%

[Bloomberg] Emerging Asia Sees $11 Billion Outflow on Dollar’s Rally

[Opalesque] Hedge funds continue to see asset outflows in October, YTD outflows at $77m

[Reuters] Japan PM says TPP trade pact meaningless without U.S.

[Reuters] Euro zone nations turn to hedge funds to meet borrowing needs

[Bloomberg] $100 Billion Chinese-Made City Near Singapore 'Scares the Hell Out of Everybody'

[Bloomberg] Trump Outlines Top Plans Amid Business Scrutiny, Press Tension

[NYT] Investors Make Bullish Bet on Trump, and an Era of Tax Cuts and Spending

[WSJ] Donald Trump Poised to Pressure Mexico on Trade

[FT] European Central Bank faces a Trump quandary

[WSJ] European Companies Happily Take ECB’s Cheap Cash, but Don’t Spend It