Monday, September 5, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Gain With Rand, Aussie in Hunt for High Yields

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise as U.S. Jobs Pare September Rate-Hike Outlook

[Reuters] G20 promises to coordinate on economy, but little in way of concrete steps

[Bloomberg] Busiest Year for High-Grade Corporate Bonds Back With a Bang

[Bloomberg] It's Been Another Terrible Year for Anyone Looking to Beat the Market

[Reuters] Puerto Rico debt fix unlikely to resemble Detroit's

[Bloomberg] ECB Faces Bond-Buying Shuffle With QE Extension on the Cards

[NYT] No ‘For Sale’ Sign? Silicon Valley Buyers Aren’t Deterred

[Reuters] China's pension funds under pressure with rising payments: Xinhua

[Bloomberg] Stuck With Each Other, Xi and Abe Seek to Find Ways to Get Along

[WSJ] Investors See Danger as Global Assets Get Pricey

[WSJ] Junk Debt Getting Crowded

[WSJ] Could the ECB Start Buying Stocks?

[WSJ] Populists’ Advance in Germany Jolts Europe

[FT] Eurozone QE bond buying passes €1tn mark

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Weakens as Emerging Markets Gain Amid Crude Oil Roundtrip

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Long Bonds Add to Worst Rout in Three Years as BOJ Looms

[Bloomberg] Japanese Stocks Advance to Three-Month High as Yen Weakens

[Reuters] BOJ Kuroda says room for more easing, including new ideas

[Bloomberg] China’s Wealth-Management Product Boom Seen Cooling on New Rules

[Bloomberg] Police Target Brazil’s Four Biggest Pension Funds in Fraud Probe

[Reuters] Xi: Japan should exercise caution in words, deeds on South China Sea - Xinhua

[WSJ] Bank of Japan’s Kuroda Sees the Other Side of Negative Rates