Thursday, September 22, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Bonds Fall as Fed-Driven Rally Fizzles; Dollar Rebounds

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Pare Weekly Gain Amid Dollar Rebound; Bonds Advance

[Bloomberg] China’s Shibor at Seven-Month High as Cost Spike Spreads Onshore

[Bloomberg] Monte Paschi Bonds Fall to Eight-Month Low on State Aid Report

[Reuters] Investors pull $7.4 billion from stocks funds, largest outflow in 12 weeks: BAML

[Bloomberg] Gold Sparkles as Central Bank Largesse Burnishes Investor Demand

[CNBC] Euro zone business growth hits 20-month low, Germany loses momentum

[Reuters] ECB policymakers say rates near bottom even if recovery is disappointing

[Bloomberg] Kuroda’s Quest to Control Yields Undermined as Long Bonds Jump

[Bloomberg] Bond Bulls Curb Their Enthusiasm in China’s Leverage Crackdown

[AP] A look at the EU-US trade talks and why they're faltering

[Bloomberg] China Starts Default-Swap Trading as Buffer Against Failures

[CNBC] Russia’s central bank criticizes the easy money policies of its peers

[WSJ] How Bond Yields Got This Low

[Bloomberg] Anxiety Spikes Among G-20, An Analysis of UN Speeches Shows

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Exclusive: Regulators Expect Monte Dei Paschi to Ask Italy for Help-Sources

[Reuters] Cash is king as correlations cloud asset allocation

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Woes Sparks Concern Among German Lawmakers

[CNET] Yahoo hit in worst hack ever, 500 million accounts swiped

[FT] US stock funds suffer biggest redemptions since Brexit vote

[FT] China’s economic fate rests on its housing market

[FT] SEC’s pursuit of Leon Cooperman rattles hedge fund industry