Monday, September 12, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Follow U.S. Equity Rebound on Dovish Fed Comments

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] Divided Federal Reserve Is Inclined to Stand Pat

[Reuters] Wall Street rallies as traders reassess Fed outlook; dollar slips

[Bloomberg] Brainard Says Prudence Warranted as Hiking Rates Poses Risks

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rebound, Bond Rout Eases as Fed Rate Odds Retreat

[Bloomberg] Jamie Dimon Says It’s Time for Fed to Raise Interest Rates

[WSJ] Three Fed Officials Say No Hurry to Raise Short-Term Interest Rates

[WSJ] Jump in Yields Raises Fear of Return to Bond Market ‘Tantrum’

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Selloff in U.S. Stocks, Bonds Eases; Crude Rebounds Past $46

[Bloomberg] Unprecedented Treasury Sales Drive Yields to Highest Since June

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Retreat Amid Concern Over Central Bank Policy

[Reuters] Asia stocks, bonds suffer central bank anxiety attack

[Bloomberg] Yen Rises as Aussie, Kiwi Hold Losses; Won Slides for Third Day

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market Selloff Deepens on Rate Concern as Peso Slides

[Bloomberg] China H Shares Slump Most in Seven Months Amid Fed Rate Concern

[Bloomberg] Goldman Has Three Reasons Why the Bond Rout Is Going to Get Worse

[Bloomberg] Bubble Bursting in Less Than a Week for Payment-in-Kind Bonds

[Bloomberg] PBOC’s Ma Says China Must Act to Contain Housing Market ‘Bubble’

[Bloomberg] China Proposes Tighter Bond Market Leverage Rules After Defaults