Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Thursday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] Dollar Surge Weighs on Emerging Markets as Copper Extends Rally

[Bloomberg] Asia’s Accelerating Currency Rout Set to Sideline Central Banks

[Bloomberg] Rupee Sinks to Record as Foreign Funds Dump Indian Assets on Fed

[CNBC] ECB warns that risks of global market corrections have ‘intensified’

[Reuters] ECB's Praet warns euro zone's banking systems pulling dangerously apart

[Bloomberg] ECB Says It Can Shield Euro Area From Global Finance Instability

[Reuters] German growth halves on weak trade, uncertainty clouds euro zone outlook

[Bloomberg] Turkey Central Bank Unexpectedly Raises Rates on Lira Plunge

[Bloomberg] Korea Household Debt Hits Record as Repayment Burden Set to Rise

[NYT] Mortgage Rates’ Rise Catches Home Buyers — and Lenders — Off Guard

[NYT] Latest Fed Discussion Reflects More Confidence in Raising Rates

[FT] Hopes flicker of a central bank fix for eurozone funding market

[FT] Ringgit knocked to weakest level since Asian financial crisis

[FT] Spiller in Manila: Philippine peso hits 50 per dollar for first time since 2008

[FT] Renminbi touches 8-year low in EM currency rout

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Most on Fed Saw Rate Hike Relatively Soon With Less Labor Slack

[Bloomberg] Inside the Fed’s November Minutes: The Annotated Meeting

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Plunge Sends Yields to 16-Month High on Economic Data

[Bloomberg] Signs of Overheating Appear in a Big Chunk of the S&P 500's Membership

[Reuters] Big banks' relationship with Dodd-Frank: it's complicated

[Bloomberg] Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Will Back Even Bigger Mortgages

[Reuters] Peaks, black swans and bonanzas: Market tips, bold calls and eyecatchers for 2017

[Bloomberg] Erdogan Unleashes Fury at Markets on Eve of Turkey Rate Decision

[WSJ] U.S. Government Bond Selloff Resumes

[WSJ] Bond Rout Pummels Muni Funds

[WSJ] Split Fed in November Signaled Rate Increase Could Come in December

[FT] Mrs Watanabe’s yen trade comes unstuck amid dollar surge