Friday, May 20, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Pressure builds for Mexico interest rate rise as funds sell peso

Friday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries in Biggest Weekly Slide Since November on Fed Outlook

[Bloomberg] Mexico’s Financial Stability Seen at Risk as BNP Says Intervene

[Bloomberg] Modi Ally Says India Ruling Party Backs Efforts to Oust Rajan

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Plunge by Most in Six Months as Fed Rate Bets Shift

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound From Six-Week Low as Commodities Climb, Yen Falls

[Bloomberg] Emerging Assets Drop This Week as Hawkish Fed Deters Risk-Taking

[Bloomberg] Yuan Heads for Longest Weekly Losing Streak This Year on Fed

[Reuters] Lacking new ideas, G7 to agree on 'go-your-own-way' approach

[Reuters] Japan, U.S. remain at loggerheads over yen policy

[WSJ] U.S. and Japan Heading for Standoff on Yen Devaluation

[FT] Global corporate defaults rise at fastest pace since 2009

[Bloomberg] Cash-Stuffed Balance Sheets Can’t Match Even Bigger Debt Loads

[Bloomberg] The Fed Has Something to Prove to Wall Street

[Bloomberg] Draghi Reaches ECB Stimulus Milestone With Long Road Ahead

[Bloomberg] The Iron Mountain on China’s Doorstep Tops 100 Million Tons

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Consumer Inflation Exceeds All Estimates in Mid-May

[WSJ] Balance Due: Credit-Card Debt Nears $1 Trillion as Banks Push Plastic

[Reuters] 'Risk-off flows' from stocks as hawkish Fed spook funds: BAML

[Reuters] China demands end to U.S. surveillance after aircraft intercept

[Bloomberg] Turkey Moves to Prosecute Almost All Pro-Kurdish Party Lawmakers