Thursday, November 3, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Dollar Fluctuate as Vote Jitters Offset Jobs Data

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Extend Slide as Investors Weigh Trump’s Chances

[Bloomberg] Oil Heads for Weekly Drop After Erasing OPEC Algiers Deal Gains

[Bloomberg] Turkish Markets Tumble as Kurdish Leaders Detained in Raids

[Bloomberg] Yuan Falls to Record Low Versus Peers as PBOC Seen Allowing Drop

[Bloomberg] Payrolls in U.S. Rose by 161,000 in October as Wages Accelerate

[Bloomberg] Fed Rate Increase Odds Approach 80% as Job Growth Seen Rising

[Reuters] British PM May moves to reassure EU over court decision on Brexit

[WSJ] China Faces Looming Bulge in Currency Pressure

[WSJ] Chinese Investors Buying Up Bitcoin as Yuan Falls

[WSJ] Big Hit on Drug Stocks Caps $26 Billion Decline for John Paulson

[Reuters] Turkey detains pro-Kurdish lawmakers, car bomb kills at least eight

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 losing streak runs to 8 days as Facebook weighs

[Bloomberg] Is China Repeating Japan’s Missteps?

[Reuters] Egypt floats pound, eyes IMF deal within days

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Sales Cool in Market’s Worst Slump Since February

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Risks of ultra-easy ECB policy increasingly clear: Weidmann

[Reuters] Emerging markets to see fourth year of net capital outflow in 2017 -IIF

[Bloomberg] China May Be Set for a Shock Fall in Foreign-Exchange Reserves

[Bloomberg] Investors Are Pouring Into an ETF That Protects Against Higher Inflation

[WSJ] Turkey’s Crackdown Sweeps Through Business and Finance, Imperiling the Economy