Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Climb With Bonds in Fed-Inspired Rally; Crude Tops $46

[Reuters] Nasdaq hits record high after Fed leaves rates unchanged

[Bloomberg] Emerging Assets Advance for Fourth Day as Fed Spurs Yield Demand

[Bloomberg] Gold Holds Biggest Gain in Two Weeks as Fed Damps Rate Outlook

[Bloomberg] Sales of Existing U.S. Homes Unexpectedly Declined in August

[Bloomberg] Beware the Chinese Property Companies That Look Like Shadow Banks

[Bloomberg] Suitcases of Cash: China Travel Data Hint at Capital Outflow

[Bloomberg] EU Banks May Need Rescue Funds Equaling Twice ECB Capital

[Bloomberg] Banks Said to Plan for Loss of Euro Clearing After Brexit

[Bloomberg] Brazil Ex-Finance Minister Mantega Arrested in Graft Probe

[Bloomberg] Leon Cooperman’s Way: From the Bronx to Goldman to SEC Target

[Bloomberg] Popular Quant Hedge Fund Strategy Is Suddenly Doing Terribly

[WSJ] Japan’s New Special Relationship With the Federal Reserve

[FT] ECB fears legal action will rein in scope for QE

[FT] Mighty Doves see off the Regional Hawks over rates

[WSJ] Wall Street’s Stock-Selling Business: The Worst in 20 Years

[Reuters] Warplanes hit Aleppo in heaviest attack in months, defy U.S.

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rally With Won, Bonds After Fed as Crude Oil Gains

[Bloomberg] Divided Fed Holds Fire, Signals 2016 Rate Increase Still Likely

[Bloomberg] The Fed's New Dot Plot After September Rate Decision: Chart

[Bloomberg] Dollar Holds Course for Worst Year Since 2009 on Fed Dovish Turn

[Reuters] U.S. SEC charges thrust billionaire Cooperman into spotlight

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] Fed Stands Pat, but Says Case for Rate Increase Has Strengthened

[WSJ, Ip] Central Bank Tools Are Losing Their Edge

[WSJ] Investors Stuck Between Two Central Banks

[NYT, Morgenson] In Wells Fargo’s Bogus Accounts, Echoes of Foreclosure Abuses