Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Wednesday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Fall as U.S. Data Spur Fed Bets; Stocks Rise With Oil

[Reuters] ECB 'taper' talk hits stocks, sterling plumbs 31-year low

[Bloomberg] European Bonds Fall as Traders Try to Interpret Stimulus Signals

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Retreat on Taper Bets While Japan Advances on Yen

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Drop Most in Three Weeks as ECB Taper Seen

[Bloomberg] Trade Deficit in U.S. Widens as Olympics Drive Imports Higher

[Reuters] Euro zone banks tap ECB for dollars amid Deutsche Bank jitters

[Bloomberg] A Record $152 Trillion in Global Debt Unnerves IMF Officials

[Reuters] China's southern megacities roll out measures to cool property market

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sounds Warning on China Property, Outlook for Metals

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Brings Too-Big-to-Fail Conundrum Home to Merkel

[BBC] IMF warns of financial stability risks

[Bloomberg] Merkel to U.K.: EU Market Access Means Accepting Four Freedoms

[Bloomberg] May Says Unorthodox Monetary Policy Had Some ‘Bad Side Effects’

[Reuters] Baghdad bridles at Turkey's military presence, warns of 'regional war'

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Euro Trims Drop, Bonds Fall as Tapering Bets Roil Global Markets

[Reuters] Money flowed into Germany, out of periphery in August: ECB data

[Bloomberg] Gundlach Says Deutsche Bank Woes Show Harm of Negative Rates

[Bloomberg] Online Lender Prosper to Halt Note Trading, Citing Low Volume

[Reuters] Wall Street falls, rankled by fear of 'hard Brexit'

[FT] Nervous markets question outlook for ECB’s bond buying