Sunday, October 2, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Decline Before U.S. Data as Pound Slides on Brexit Angst

[Reuters] Sterling sinks to three-year low on Brexit, European banks struggle again

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Advance as Japan Shares Climb, Bank Concerns Ease

[Reuters] Oil prices fall on high production despite planned OPEC output cut

[Bloomberg] Colombian Peso Weakens With Bonds on Shock Peace Deal Rejection

[Bloomberg] Here's How to Gauge Bank-Funding Stress in Europe

[Bloomberg] European Banks Cutting 20,000 Jobs as ING Joins Commerzbank, ABN

[Bloomberg] Japan Tankan Corporate Sentiment Gauge Misses Expectations

[WSJ] Deutsche Bank, U.S. DOJ Continue to Discuss Mortgage-Securities Settlement

[WSJ] Manhattan Residential Market Cools

[WSJ] An OPEC Output Cut Not Likely to Alter Oil Imbalance

[Reuters] Russia's Putin suspends plutonium cleanup accord with U.S. because of 'unfriendly' acts

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Futures Tip Stock Gains on Deutsche Bank Jump; Pound Falls

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank races against time to reach U.S. settlement

[CNBC/FT] US accused of waging ‘economic war’ over Deutsche

[Bloomberg] Negative-Yielding Bonds Jump to Almost $12 Trillion After Ebbing

[Bloomberg] May Leaves Brexit Questions Unresolved After Giving Trigger Date

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Has Ruined Chance of Second Term, Abe Aide Nakahara Says

[NYT] Deutsche Bank’s Appetite for Risk Throws Off Its Balance

[Reuters] Philippines' Duterte says China, Russia supportive when he complained of U.S

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Chinese Cities Introduce Curbs to Cool Overheated Property

[Bloomberg] Germany’s Business Chiefs Back Deutsche Bank Amid Mounting Woes