Thursday, November 5, 2015

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Payrolls in U.S. Climb Most This Year as Jobless Rate Reaches 5%

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Tumble as Job Gains Back Case for Fed Rate Increase

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Tumble as U.S. Jobs Data Back December Liftoff

[CNBC] 10-year yields surge above 2.3% on jobs report

[Bloomberg] Oil Falls as Dollar Gains After Job Growth Spurs Fed Speculation

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Debt Tragedy's Second Act Is Close. Here Is the Cast

[Reuters] Banks Still Struggling to Make Money in the Bond Market

[Reuters] Feeling ignored, Fed jolts markets to prime them for lift-off

[Bloomberg] Goldman Learned Four Things From Third-Quarter Earnings Calls

[Bloomberg] Skeptical ECB Governors Deepen Rift on Need for December Action

[Bloomberg] Global Investors Threatened as China Shanshui Faces Debt Woe

[Bloomberg] China's Bonds Set for Worst Week Since May as PBOC Seen on Hold

[Bloomberg] China October Auto Sales Up 11% After Tax Cut Boosts Demand

[Reuters] Asia shares falter as markets await Fed policy clues from job data

[NYT] New York Fed Chief Calls for Improved Wall Street Culture

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market Currencies Slide on Fed Bets; U.S. Stocks Mixed

[Bloomberg] Bonds Tumble Around the Globe as Fed Rate Odds Climb Past 50%

[Bloomberg] Illinois Faces Millions in Extra Debt Costs From Budget Fiasco

[AP] Fannie Mae posts $2B profit for 3Q; paying $2.2B dividend

[Bloomberg] Is Europe's Economy So Bad the ECB Will Run Out of Things to Buy?

[Bloomberg] BOJ Survey Data Reveals Signs of Growing Inequality in Japan

[WSJ, Spence and Warsh] A Little Humility, Please, Mr. Summers

[Reuters] Bomb by Islamic State likely caused Russian plane crash: security sources