Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Tip Mixed Open, Dollar Drops on Trump: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise With Crude as Dollar Rally Fades: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Drug Stocks Plunge as Trump Threatens to Force Price Bidding

[Reuters] Mexico's peso hits record low on Trump talk of wall, auto tax

[Bloomberg] Brazil Slashes Key Rate in Bid to Revive Flatlining Economy

[Bloomberg] China’s Great Ball of Money Has More Bubbles in Sight for 2017

[Bloomberg] Long-Short Hedge Funds Are Ditching the Shorts to Focus on Longs

[Bloomberg] The Three Worst Currencies of 2017 Show That Politics, Not Economics, Are Driving Markets

[FT] ‘Fang’ stocks add $83bn to their market value over 7 days

[Reuters] Trump nominee says China should be denied access to South China sea islands

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Bonds Mixed Before Trump; Lira, Pound Drop: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Turkish lira tumbles further as central bank fails to shore up confidence

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Currencies Slide Amid Caution Ahead of Trump

[Reuters] Asia shares recover losses, markets await Trump news conference

[Bloomberg] Fed on Edge as Trump Growth Bump Boosts Risks of Rate-Hike Error

[Bloomberg] Suddenly, Home Sale Agreements Are Falling Apart Across the U.S.

[Bloomberg] VC Firms Raise Most Since Dot-Com Era But Are Slow to Deploy It

[Politico] How the GOP plans to repeal Obamacare

[Bloomberg] China's S$5.5 trillion wealth products reel as bond binge unwinds

[Reuters] Exclusive - Banks forced to cover tracks of China's forex regulator

[WSJ] In China, Insurers Sell Risky Products to Fund Risky Investments, Freaking Out Regulators

[Bloomberg] From Brexit to Trump, Polarization Heightens Risk, WEF Says

[WSJ] Investors Bolt Mexico as Peso Enters Free Fall

[FT] Turkish lira rout intensifies on current account woes

[Reuters] Taiwan scrambles jets, navy as China aircraft carrier enters Taiwan Strait

[Reuters] Chinese bomber flies around contested Spratlys in show of force: U.S. official