Thursday, September 29, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise as Deutsche Bank Erases Slump; Crude Rallies

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Euro Trim Losses as Deutsche Bank Climbs; Oil Fluctuates

[Bloomberg] Euro Money Markets Show Most Stress Since 2012 on Deutsche Bank

[Bloomberg] Bank Stocks Decline in Asia as Deutsche Bank Concerns Increase

[Bloomberg] Won, Ringgit Lead Drop in Emerging Currencies as Yield Bid Wanes

[Bloomberg] Gold Advances as Deutsche Bank Concerns Stoke Demand for Haven

[Bloomberg] Cryan Defends Deutsche Bank as Some Clients Pare Back Exposure

[Bloomberg] European Banks Are Asking the ECB for a Lot More Dollar Funding

[Bloomberg] Beijing Raises Home Down Payment in Bid to Cool Property Market

[Reuters] Fever spreads: China's property speculators descend on inland cities

[NYT] Concern Over Deutsche Bank’s Health Shakes Markets

[WSJ] The Ghost of Lehman Brothers Haunts Deutsche Bank

[FT] Hedge funds pull business from Deutsche Bank

[FT] Outflows from European equity funds approach $100bn

[WSJ] Bundesbank President Rejects Calls for German Stimulus

[FT] The return of Mao: a new threat to China’s politics

[Reuters] Three Chinese fishermen killed in confrontation with South Korea coastguard

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall as Deutsche Bank Woes Hit Financial Shares

[Bloomberg] Some Deutsche Bank Clients Reduce Collateral on Trades

[CNBC] Pressure is building for Germany to show it's ready to rescue Deutsche Bank

[Bloomberg] Ten People Who Will Be Key in Deciding Deutsche Bank’s Future

[Bloomberg] Mexico Raises Interest Rate After Peso Plunges to Record Low

[Bloomberg] Fed Divide Sharpens Between Washington Board and Regional Chiefs

[Reuters] Yellen says Fed purchases of stocks, corporate bonds could help in a downturn

[Bloomberg] Europe’s Repo Market, Vital to Financial System, Is Shrinking

[Bloomberg] A Bunch of 'Low Volatility' Stocks Just Failed to Live up to Their Label

[Bloomberg] China Homes Beat Stocks, Wine as Buying Frenzy Stokes Bubble

[Reuters] U.S. high-yield bond funds attract most cash since mid-July - Lipper

[Reuters] At United Nations, Pakistan flags rising tension with India