Sunday, October 23, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise With Bonds as Europe Lifts Market With Triple Boost

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Nears Record Low as PBOC Seen Tolerating Declines

[Bloomberg] Most Asian Emerging Currencies Decline as China's Yuan Weakens

[Reuters] Fed's Bullard says one rate increase is all that's needed for now

[Bloomberg] Most Crowded Trade in Bonds Is a Powder Keg Ready to Blow

[Bloomberg] China Rate Swaps Rise to Six-Month High as PBOC Curbs Leverage

[Bloomberg] China Tackles Bad Debt by Allowing More Asset Firms, News Says

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Exports Drop for 12th Month in Dismal Year for Trade

[Reuters] Euro zone October business growth buoyant, prices rise: PMIs

[Bloomberg] Brazil Economists Trim Economic Growth Outlook for 2016 and 2017

[CNBC] Santoli: Overcrowded ETF market headed for a shakeout

[WSJ] Subprime Credit Card Surge Pushing Up Missed Payments

[WSJ] Sputtering Startups Weigh on U.S. Economic Growth

[Reuters] As China plenum opens, party paper says 'core' leadership needed

[WSJ] Investors’ New Message to Global Governments: Spend More

[WSJ] Russians Conduct Nuclear-Bomb Survival Drills as Cold War Heats Up

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Signal Mixed Open Ahead of Earnings; Euro Holds Lows

[Dow Jones] Bankruptcy Bust: How Zombie Companies Are Killing the Oil Rally

[Bloomberg] Fake Divorce Is Path to Riches in China’s Hot Real Estate Market

[Bloomberg] German Momentum Grows for Curbs on Chinese Overseas Investment

[Bloomberg] How China's Dealmakers Pulled off a $207 Billion Global Spree

[CNBC] Ultra-wealthy still interested in buying real estate despite slowdown, uncertainty

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Banks preparing to leave UK over Brexit, says banking body chief executive

[Reuters] Italy's front line in fight to save banks: a storage room

[WSJ] China’s Xi Jinping Seeks Safety in Numbers—Or Else

[WSJ] China Banking Regulator Seeks Fresh Limits on Property Lending