Thursday, October 6, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Payrolls in U.S. Rise 156,000 as More Americans Go Back to Work

[Bloomberg] Hilsenrath: Jobs Data Ensures No Fed Rate Increase in November

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Rise as U.S. Job Gains Trail Forecasts in September

[Bloomberg] Sterling Bonds Fall as Sales to BOE Suggest Rush for Pound Exit

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Heads for Six-Year Low as Dollar Surges on Fed

[Bloomberg] China Foreign-Exchange Reserves Drop as Yuan Pressures Build

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Said to Weigh Capital-Raising Options With Banks

[Bloomberg] Fed Hike Odds Jump to 64% From Coin Toss as Payrolls Test Looms

[Reuters] 'Flash crash' decimates sterling

[Bloomberg] Flash Crash of the Pound Baffles Traders With Algorithms Being Blamed

[Bloomberg] Riksbank’s Skingsley Says Running Out of Options on Stimulus

[Bloomberg] Central Banks Sow Confusion

[WSJ, Feldstein] Why the Fed Should Raise Rates Now

[FT] The end of ‘QE infinity’?

[WSJ] ECB Sees Rising Scarcity of Bonds for QE Program

[FT] Pound’s plunge joins growing list of market shocks

[WSJ] Worries Deepen That Globalization Is Hitting the Skids

[Reuters] Russia considers military bases in Vietnam and Cuba: agencies

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends flat with eyes on payrolls

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Decline as Dollar Climbs Amid Fed Wagers; Gold Slumps

[Reuters] Europe risks, rate hike fears prompt U.S. fund outflows

[Bloomberg] China’s Housing Boom Looks a Lot Like Last Year’s Stocks Bubble

[Reuters] IMF, global finance leaders fret over populist backlash

[Reuters] Two big hedge funds unwind bets against Deutsche in sign of confidence

[NYT, Stewart] Deutsche Bank as Next Lehman Brothers: Far-Fetched but Not Unthinkable

[WSJ] Corporate-Bond Issuance in Emerging Markets Jumps