Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Retreat With Bonds on Trump-Fed Nexus; Dollar Gains

[Bloomberg] Government Bonds Fall Worldwide on Trump-Fed Nexus; Oil Declines

[Reuters] Asia shares win reprieve as bond rout pauses for now

[Bloomberg] Fed Rate-Hike Odds Approach 100% in Anticipation of Trumpenomics

[Bloomberg] U.S. Mortgage Applications Gauge Slumps to Lowest Since January

[Bloomberg] Another Financial Warning Sign Is Flashing in China

[Bloomberg] What a Trump-Branded Federal Reserve Might Look Like

[Bloomberg] How Hedging and a Certain Someone Upended the Year of the Peso

[Reuters] U.S. panel says China state firms should be banned from buying U.S. companies

[Bloomberg] The Best and Worst Countries to Be a Rich CEO

[WSJ] Trouble Brewing in Commercial Real Estate

[FT] Global inflation expectations soar to 12-year highs after Trump – BAML survey

[FT] Ray Dalio warns on new era of globalisation in retreat

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Advance With South Korea’s Won as Trump Shock Fades

[Reuters] Wall Street rises, lifted by technology and energy stocks

[Bloomberg] Bonds Rise With Emerging Markets After Trump Selloff; Oil Surges

[Bloomberg] Oil Jumps Most in Seven Months as OPEC Members Seen Pushing Deal

[Bloomberg] Germany Threatens to Abandon Basel Talks If Demands Not Met

[CNBC] Trump digs in for major U.S. trade reset with the world

[NYT] Fannie and Freddie’s Status Continues to Provoke Criticisms

[WSJ] What Surging Interest Rates Mean for Your Credit Cards, Auto, Student and Home Equity Loans