Friday, December 9, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Raging Stocks, Fed Fears Trigger ‘Dislocation’ in Global Markets

[Bloomberg] What Is Plan B for Monte Paschi After Italy Vote?: QuickTake Q&A

[Bloomberg] What’s Next for Italy After Renzi’s Resignation: QuickTake Q&A

[Bloomberg] Raging Stocks, Fed Fears Trigger ‘Dislocation’ in Global Markets

[Bloomberg] Coeure Says ECB Stimulus Extension Comes With Warning Message

[Bloomberg] Trump Threat Hits Mexico's Creditworthiness as Fitch Cuts Outlook

[Reuters] Germany's Bild lambasts Draghi over ECB "money bomb"

[WSJ] Hooked on QE: Hedge Funds See Dangerous Addiction

[FT] America and China square off over trade

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] World stocks hold near 16-month highs after strong week

[Dow Jones] Global Bond Yields Rise As Chinese Inflation Accelerates

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Rise for 5th Day in Biggest Rally in 10 Months

[Bloomberg] Consumer Confidence in U.S. Surges Thanks to Optimism About Trump

[Reuters] Exclusive: ECB rejects Monte Paschi's request for more time to raise cash - source

[Reuters] Euro zone bailout fund not preparing Italy aid: Regling

[Bloomberg] China's Capital-Control Crackdown 'Particularly Worrying' for Businesses, Says George Magnus

[Bloomberg] Trump Says China Will Have to Play by Rules Under New Ambassador

[Bloomberg] Korea’s Park Impeached as Protesters Vent Anger Over Corruption

[Reuters] Trump says U.S.-China relationship must improve

[Bloomberg] ‘Old Friends’ Aside, China Says Trump Must Toe Line on Taiwan

[WSJ] Donald Trump’s Cabinet Selections Signal Deregulation Moves Are Coming

[FT] French bonds weaken as investors sound political alarm