Thursday, November 17, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Extends Trump-Trade Rally as Gold Declines With Stocks

[Reuters] Rising U.S. yields help dollar to 13-1/2 year high, Asian shares slip

[Bloomberg] Global Bonds Poised for Biggest Two-Week Loss in Quarter Century

[Bloomberg] Final Polls Show Renzi’s Referendum Heading for Defeat in Italy

[CNBC] Equity fund flows surge as bond and EM funds bleed in the week following Trump’s victory

[Bloomberg] It’s Friday, So Asian Central Banks Are Back in Currencies

[Reuters] Exclusive: China ready to slow yuan descent, worried about capital outflows - sources

[Bloomberg] Hensarling Could Be Wall Street’s Best Hope or Worst Nightmare

[CNBC] Draghi says that withdrawal of QE relies on 'durable' pick-up in inflation

[Bloomberg] Cryan Says Credit Risk Is Being Misjudged Due to ECB Purchases

[Bloomberg] Rise of Populism Tops Anxiety List at Frankfurt Banking Meeting

[CNBC] 200 years of US interest rates on one chart

[Bloomberg] Global Trade Is Slowing

[FT] Global corporate defaults year to date reach highest level since 2009

[FT] Pace of global debt sales hits record level

[WSJ] Selloff Pulls Japanese Bond Yields Further Above Zero

[FT] Italian 10-year bonds on course for worst month since 2012

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Set for More Gains Amid Stronger Dollar After Yellen

[Bloomberg] Treasury Yields Reach Year’s High as Fed on Track for Rate Hike

[Reuters] Wall street stocks lifted by data, earnings Yellen remarks

[Bloomberg] Mexico Raises Overnight Rate After Trump’s Win Wallops Peso

[Reuters] Mexico central bank hikes rate after Trump win, peso still weakens

[Bloomberg] The Air Has Come Out of One of 2016's Most Popular Trades

[Bloomberg] 2017 May Be Japan's 'Year of the Taper'

[NYT] Across China, Walmart Faces Labor Unrest as Authorities Stand Aside

[WSJ] Fed Rate Rise Could Come ‘Relatively Soon’ as Data Point to Stronger Economy