Monday, November 13, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Treasuries Fluctuate as Dollar Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Investors Playing ETF Rout Pushed Junk Bonds to Brink of Chaos

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Seeks $94 Billion in U.S. Aid for Hurricane Recovery

[WSJ] Number of Systemically Important Banks to Decline Under Senate Deal

[FT] Pool of negative yielding debt swells to nearly $11tn

[FT] Chinese asset-backed securities grow like topsy

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Drop as Bonds Gain; Sterling Under Pressure: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Bonds See Biggest Yield Jump Since Trump Victory

[Reuters] Bitcoin claws back over $1,000 after losing almost a third of value

[Bloomberg] China's Credit Data Show Signs Deleveraging Is Starting to Bite

[Bloomberg] The U.S. Yield Curve Is Flattening and Here's Why It Matters

[Reuters] Fed's Harker stands by call for rate hike next month

[CNBC] General Electric slashes dividend by 50% as new CEO tries to turnaround 125-year-old conglomerate

[CNBC] The 'second-most' important job at the Fed will soon be vacant. Here's who may get it

[Reuters] Fed policies won't have direct linkage to BOJ steps: BOJ official

[FT] Saudi Arabia confronts legacy of corruption

[FT] Trump era brings lowest stock market volatility since early 1960s

[FT] European corporate bond issuance set for record year

[FT] Riskiest countries are selling debt at record rate

[WSJ] IPOs Roar Back World-Wide, With Asia Driving the Boom