Sunday, October 9, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise With Oil on OPEC Deal Outlook; Mexico's Peso Climbs

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Little Changed After Debate as Thai Shares Slump

[Bloomberg] Pound Fails to Shake Off Wounded Image After Week of Flash Crash

[Bloomberg] Yuan Weakens Most Since June as Trading Resumes After Holidays

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank fails to score Justice Dept. deal, shares fall

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Has a Warning For This Quarter's Corporate Earnings

[Bloomberg] Corporate Bonds Have Become a Deal-Seeker's Nightmare

[Bloomberg] China Intensifies Push to Cut Debt With Multi-Agency Blitz

[Bloomberg] Euro Area Said to Weigh Delaying Latest Greece Bailout Payment

[CNBC] Here’s why the German government might not be able to help Deutsche Bank

[WSJ] Currency Swings Worsen as Wall Street Steps Back

[WSJ] China Lays Out Guidelines on Debt-for-Equity Swaps Between Banks, Companies

[FT] Bond ETF volumes surge to record highs

[FT] Deutsche Bank was given special treatment in EU stress tests

[FT] On the perverse economic effects created by ETFs

[Bloomberg] Russian TV Fans War Hysteria as U.S. Ties Hit Post-Cold War Low

[AFP] Gorbachev warns of 'dangerous point' as US-Russia ties sour

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Mexican Peso Jumps Before Debate as Asian Futures Tip Mixed Open

[Bloomberg] Illusion of Liquidity Burns Traders Blindsided by Pound’s Crash

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Talks With Justice Department Said to Continue

[Bloomberg] All Eyes on Shanghai Equities as Traders Return After Week Away

[WSJ] ECB’s Draghi Says Brexit Vote Is ‘Very Significant’

[FT] Battle lines harden over competing visions of Brexit

[WSJ] Italy Wags Finger at Germany Over Deutsche’s Woes

[WSJ] A Reason to Worry: Markets Move in Step

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Banks ponder the meaning of life as Deutsche agonizes

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank says derivatives exposure fears overblown: paper

[Reuters] Russia says U.S. actions threaten its national security