Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Rallies on OPEC Optimism, Spurring Gains in Energy Producers

[MarketWatch] Treasury yields soar on OPEC optimism

[Reuters] OPEC agrees first oil output cuts since 2008: source

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Spending Rises at More Moderate Pace, Incomes Jump

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Having Worst Month Since 2009 on Trump Ripple Effect

[CNBC] Exclusive: Trump's Treasury pick says he wants to slash taxes across the board

[Bloomberg] Fannie and Freddie Should Exit Government Grip, Mnuchin Says

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin Says He’ll Consider Longer Maturities as Treasury Chief

[Reuters] Much more than constitutional reform at stake in Italian ballot

[Reuters] ECB's Draghi: populism has weakened European integration

[Reuters] Bank of England sees global financial risks after Trump victory

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Inflation Accelerates Before Key ECB Decision on QE

[Bloomberg] No Love for Portugal Bonds as Debt-Burden Woes Eclipse Stability

[Bloomberg] China Adds Curbs on Pulling Money Out of the Country

[Bloomberg Video] China's Banks' Surging Cost of Funds

[Bloomberg] GM’s Ready to Lose $9,000 a Pop and Chase the Electric Car Boom

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin Said to Be Trump’s Treasury Pick as Economic Team Forms

[Reuters] Trump expected to name billionaire Wilbur Ross commerce secretary

[Reuters] Plaza memories may unnerve Trump-fueled dollar bulls

[Bloomberg] India’s Economy Grows Less Than Estimated Before RBI Rate Review

[NYT] Steven Mnuchin, Expected Treasury Pick, Is an Outsider to Public Policy

[WSJ] Why Italian Stability Is in the Hands of One Bank’s Bondholders

[WSJ] Auto Loans Get Even Dicier

[WSJ] U.S. to Forgive at Least $108 Billion in Student Debt in Coming Years

[FT] China capital curbs reflect buyer’s remorse over market reforms

[WSJ] Chinese Developers Reassess U.S. Projects

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia stocks edge up on U.S. growth data cues; dollar steady

[Bloomberg] Oil Slides Amid Uncertainty Over OPEC Deal as U.S. Stocks Climb

[Bloomberg] Asia Is About to Face a Significant Dollar Stress Test

[WSJ] Italy: The Next Stop on Populism’s Global March

[WSJ] Home Prices Recover Ground Lost During Bust

[FT] Mario Draghi’s difficult juggling act