Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Global shares fall, battered pound fights back, dollar firm

[Bloomberg] Pound Rises as May Eases Brexit Angst; Government Bonds Decline

[Bloomberg] China Weakens Yuan Fixing for Sixth Day, Fuels Depreciation Talk

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Fall for Fourth Day as Yen Weighs on Japan Shares

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Stocks Fall for Second Day as Won, Ringgit Drop

[Bloomberg] May Backs Down to Allow Parliament Vote on Her Brexit Terms

[Bloomberg] Why China's Efforts to Cool Its Property Market Won't Work

[Reuters] Wave of China property tightening hits home sales during holiday week

[Bloomberg] China Cities Face End of Fairy Tale as Default Risks Rise

[Bloomberg] China Auto Sales Increase 29% as Demand Thins Dealer Inventory

[Bloomberg] Germany Pressures Deutsche Bank to Speed Overhaul

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank faces highest borrowing costs among European peers

[Reuters] Bank of Japan policymakers signal higher threshold for further easing

[WSJ] Germany’s Banking Problem Is Bigger Than Deutsche Bank

[FT] Treasury market plumbing in focus as JPMorgan pulls back

[FT] In search of China’s hidden credit

[Spiegel] How Syria Became the New Global War

[Reuters] U.S. sees mounting evidence of Houthi role in strike on U.S. warship

[FT] Beijing seeks new ways to assert South China Sea authority

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall as Alcoa Results Disappoint, Fed Rate Bets Rise

[Bloomberg] Pound Selloff Accelerates as Flash Crash Lows Loom Ever Nearer

[Bloomberg] Political Risks Roil Currency Market, Pummeling U.K. Pound, Rand

[Bloomberg] Fed Minutes Could Show Strength of Hawkish Rebel Camp in FOMC

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank's Woes Show Up in the Money Markets

[Bloomberg] More Americans Falling Behind on Car Loan Payments, S&P Says

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Debt Stings as Delinquency Chances Increase: Chart

[Bloomberg] Russia Says It’s Joining China to Counter U.S. Missile Defense