Monday, November 7, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Bonds, Dollar Little Changed as Americans Cast Ballots

[Reuters] Asian shares edge up as investors cautiously optimistic on Clinton win

[Bloomberg] Yuan Heads Toward Six-Year Low as Capital Outflows Fuel Weakness

[Bloomberg] U.S. Election Guide to Markets: What to Watch Once It’s All Over

[Reuters] Tuesday Morning Briefing: Election Day: You made it!

[Bloomberg] China’s Exports Drop for a Seventh Month on Tepid Global Demand

[Bloomberg] China Car Sales Surge 20% as Consumers Beat Expiring Tax Cut

[Reuters] China central bank to keep liquidity ample, curb asset bubbles

[Bloomberg] This Election Has One Sure Thing: A More Dysfunctional Congress

[FT] China’s securitisation market blossoms

[Bloomberg] Anxiety in Manila as Duterte Blasts U.S., Embraces China

[Reuters] Hong Kong lawyers march to condemn China's legal 'interference'

[Bloomberg] Earth Just Experienced the Hottest Five Years on Record

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. soars as FBI clears Clinton ahead of Election Day

[Bloomberg] China's Investors Get Creative About Capital Controls

[Reuters] ECB's Lautenschlaeger 'skeptical' of further policy easing

[Bloomberg] Markets Mimic Pre-Brexit Conditions Before U.S. Election: Chart

[WSJ] Yuan Weakness Spurs Fresh Surge in China Outflows

[AP] The Latest: US upset over China's Hong Kong intervention