Monday, December 12, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rally as Italian Banks Lift Europe, Yen Falls Before Fed

[Reuters] Asian shares, dollar wobble as investors brace for Fed outcome

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Drop as Dollar Stalls on Fed Countdown, PBOC Watch

[Bloomberg] China Home Sales Rose 16% in November at Slowest Pace This Year

[Bloomberg] SNB to Savor Christmas Quiet Before Year of Europe Suspense

[Bloomberg] Toxic Mix Brewing for Ailing Lira as Turkey Economy Shrinks

[Reuters] Trump's tough trade talk makes U.S. firms fear China retribution

[CNBC] US households now have over $16,000 in credit card debt

[WSJ] Buoyant Markets Pose New Challenge for the Fed

[WSJ] Greece Heads Toward New Crisis in Debt Saga as Support for Tsipras Slumps

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Drop With Dollar Amid Fed Countdown as Bonds Rally

[Reuters] Oil hits highest since mid-2015 as global producers agree to cut

[Reuters] Tech, bank shares slip after recent gains; health outperforms

[Dow Jones] U.S. Budget Deficit Totaled $136.65 Billion in November

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong’s Squeezed Money Market Sends a Sell Signal on Stocks

[CNBC] Fiorina, reportedly considered for national intelligence director, calls China 'most important adversary'

[Reuters] After Trump's win, China and Mexico move to deepen ties

[NPR] After Four Mostly Quiet Decades, One China Policy Is Thrust Into Spotlight

[FT] Turbulence and paralysis: the year ahead in US-China ties