Monday, January 9, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Shares Track U.S. Retreat While Bonds Climb: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Climb With Gold While U.S. Stocks Drop: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil down four percent on concerns over rising Iraqi exports, U.S. output

[Bloomberg] Investment-Grade Bonds Blast Into 2017 Despite Long-Term Fears

[Reuters] With recovery 'largely done,' Lockhart says Fed should step aside

[CNBC] Markets looking for more clues on Trumponomics

[CNBC] China’s latest moves to manage the yuan add fuel to Trump’s threats

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley Says Investors Are Thinking About U.S. Corporate Credit All Wrong

[Bloomberg] Hundreds of Colleges Saddling Students With Unaffordable Debt, Feds Say

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Retreat, Treasuries Advance With Gold: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Falls for Second Day as Bears Reload After Squeeze

[Bloomberg] Turkish Lira Extends Losses as Rate Speculation Mounts: Chart

[Reuters] Asian stocks bounce on U.S. cues though dlr gains may clip wings

[CNBC] Chinese yuan’s muscle flexing didn’t last long

[Reuters] Fed's Rosengren calls for gradual, but faster, interest-rate hikes

[Bloomberg] Why the China Manipulator Label Looks Increasingly Appealing to Trump

[Reuters] Mexico annual inflation picks up to 2-year high in December

[Reuters] Germany's left parties set conditions for tie-up to threaten Merkel

[Bloomberg] Cross-Asset Stress Eases to Lowest Since 2015 China Scare: Chart

[Bloomberg] Xi’s Graft Busters Pledge Loyalty as Reshuffle Year Kicks Off

[Reuters] Chinese state tabloid warns Trump, end one China policy and China will take revenge

[FT] Turkey: the crisis candidate