Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Decline With Stocks as Dollar Rises Amid Fed Wagers

[Bloomberg] Fed Rate Bets Boost Dollar, Damp Treasuries; Europe Stocks Slide

[Bloomberg] Pound in Freefall as Goldman to AllianceBernstein Predict Plunge

[Bloomberg] Pound Rally Didn’t Last Long as Brexit Concern Sparks Selling

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise as Weak Yen Bolsters Topix, Energy Shares Gain

[Bloomberg] Jobless Claims Near Four-Decade Low Ahead of U.S. Payrolls Data

[Bloomberg] Global Bonds Retreat as Stimulus Outlook Upended a Second Time

[Bloomberg] Why Fiscal Policy Is Unlikely To Come to the Market's Rescue Anytime Soon

[Reuters] Fed's Fischer says low neutral rate a sign of potential economic trouble

[Bloomberg] Central Banks on QE Highway Worry About Running Out of Road

[Reuters] Berlin pursues Deutsche Bank talks discreetly with US officials

[WSJ] Understanding Deutsche Bank’s $47 Trillion Derivatives Book

[WSJ] Three Risks to the Global Financial System as Debt Hits Record Levels

[WSJ] Hedge Fund Lansdowne Extends Losses This Year to $1.8 Billion

[FT] Why Eurozone bonds are rattled by taper talk

[Reuters] Iraq requests U.N. emergency meeting on Turkish troops in north

[AP] The Latest: Russia warns US against striking Syrian military

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank’s $14 Billion Scare

[Bloomberg] Goldman Employees Said to Pull $300 Million From Omega Advisors

[Bloomberg] Lacker Warns Fed Governors Can Be Subject to Political Influence

[Reuters] Russia suspends nuclear agreement, ends uranium research pact with United States

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market Rally Fades as Central Bank Angst Outweighs Oil