Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia stocks edge up on U.S. growth data cues; dollar steady

[Bloomberg] Oil Slides Amid Uncertainty Over OPEC Deal as U.S. Stocks Climb

[Bloomberg] Asia Is About to Face a Significant Dollar Stress Test

[WSJ] Italy: The Next Stop on Populism’s Global March

[WSJ] Home Prices Recover Ground Lost During Bust

[FT] Mario Draghi’s difficult juggling act

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Retreats Below $46 Before OPEC Meeting; Global Stocks Fall

[Bloomberg] Iran Says It Won’t Cut Oil Production as Talks Remain Deadlocked

[Dow Jones] Treasury Yields Near Highest Levels Of The Year

[Bloomberg] Yen Set for Worst Month Since 2009 as Hedge Funds Trim Bull Bets

[Bloomberg] U.S. Third-Quarter Growth Revised Upward on Consumer Spending

[Bloomberg] Consumer Confidence in U.S. Increases to a Nine-Year High

[Reuters] Iran, Iraq at loggerheads with Saudis ahead of OPEC meeting

[Bloomberg] China Steps Up Mortgage Controls in Some Property Markets

[Reuters] Exclusive: ECB ready to buy more Italian bonds if referendum rocks market - sources

[Bloomberg] Renzi’s Office Denies He’ll Quit Even on Italian Referendum Win

[CNBC] US home prices hit new peak, up 5.5% in September: S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller

[FT] China poised to impose curbs on capital outflows

[FT] Four ways Renzi’s referendum could change Italy

[WSJ] Monte dei Paschi’s Future Hangs on Sunday Vote

[FT] The buying spree behind Beijing’s crackdown