Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Climbs to Strongest Since 2003 on Fed Path; Bonds Drop

[Bloomberg] China’s 10-Year Sovereign Bond Yield Surges by Most on Record

[Reuters] Asia stocks, currencies wobble as Fed flags more hikes

[Bloomberg] Consumer Prices in U.S. Increase for Fourth Consecutive Month

[Bloomberg] R.I.P. Bond Bull Market as Charts Say Last Gasps Have Been Taken

[Bloomberg] It's Turning Into a Really Bad Week for China’s Markets

[Bloomberg] China’s Record Bull Run in Bonds Is Giving Way to a Market Rout

[Reuters] Italy ready to recapitalise ailing banks with 15 billion euros: sources

[Reuters] Targeting U.S. automaker signals possible China retaliation over Trump talk

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Property Shares Turn Toxic as Mortgage Costs Spike

[Reuters] Chinese ambassador to U.S.: Sovereignty not a 'bargaining chip'

[FT] EM currencies drop by most in a month after Fed decision

[WSJ] Janet Yellen and Donald Trump Are on the Same Page, for Now

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Here Are Some of the Markets Making Big Moves After the Fed Announcement

[MarketWatch] Emerging-market currencies slump after Fed decision

[Bloomberg] Fed Raises Rates, Boosts Outlook for Borrowing Costs in 2017

[Reuters] Dovish tilt at Fed next year could meet hawkish Trump picks

[Reuters] U.S. IPOs set to rebound after dismal 2016

[Bloomberg] Shadow Banking in China Appears to Have Made a Roaring Comeback