Sunday, October 16, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Rise as Dollar Falls Amid Economic Data; Oil Slumps

[Reuters] Gilts sell off accelerates, putting pressure on sterling

[Reuters] Bond yields grind to highest since June, stocks wince

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks, Bonds Decline as Dollar Extends Post-Yellen Gains

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Stocks Slump as Casinos Plunge After Crown Detentions

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank's options to solve capital dilemma seen to be limited

[Bloomberg] S&P: China's Credit Growth Weighs Down Its Sovereign Rating

[Bloomberg] Will Italy Leave the EU? Follow the Money

[Bloomberg] The U.S. Dollar Is ‘Back in Play,’ So Carry Trades May Suffer

[NYT] China Property Boom Spurs Fear of Bubble’s Burst

[WSJ] Rosengren Signals Willingness to Keep Rates Steady in November

[WSJ] Restaurant Chains Get Burned by Overexpansion, New Rivals

[FT] ECB ‘tapering’ back in the market’s spotlight

[FT] ECB’s QE programme strains eurozone repo market

[BBC] Russia and the West: Where did it all go wrong?

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Fall as Casino Shares Tumble With Crown Resorts

[Bloomberg] Big Central Bank Assets Jump Fastest in 5 Years to $21 Trillion

[Bloomberg] U.S. and Britain Weighing New Sanctions Over Aleppo Attacks

[WSJ] Stocks Face Threat as Globalization Loses Steam

[FT] China’s service sector frailties may thwart key reforms

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Saudi Bank Stress Builds as Kingdom’s Cash Injection Falls Short

[Bloomberg] May Urged to Reveal Brexit Strategy as Lawmakers Push for Vote

[Bloomberg] Greece's lenders to launch new review as Athens digs in on debt relief