Sunday, December 18, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate as Yen, Treasuries Strengthen With Gold

[CNBC] Russian ambassador to Turkey dies after being shot in Turkish capital

[Bloomberg] China H Shares Drop to Four-Week Low as Builders, Insurers Fall

[Bloomberg] Oil Extends Advance Above $52 as Libyan Output Comeback Stalls

[Reuters] Global corporate defaults hit 150 for 2016, most since financial crisis

[Reuters] Dispute could sink Italian bank Monte Paschi's rescue plan

[Reuters] Goldman Warns China Outflows Rising in Both Yuan Payments, Forex

[Bloomberg] China Home-Price Growth Slows as Property Curbs Dent Demand

[Bloomberg] Decision-Day Guide: Kuroda View on Yields in Focus as BOJ Meets

[Bloomberg] IMF Head Christine Lagarde Convicted in French Negligence Trial

[Bloomberg] As Trump Tweets, China Quietly Weighs Options to Retaliate

[Bloomberg] Four Years of Living Dangerously: CEOs Brace for the Trump Era

[Bloomberg] China Must Curb Speculation Amid Bubble, Top Official Says

[WSJ] Companies Face Delays Getting Cash Out of China

[WSJ] Bond Selloff Shows Risks of China’s Efforts to Restrain Credit

[FT] China’s bull market in bonds on borrowed time

[FT] Key HK renminbi lending rate stuck at exactly 10% for second straight day

[FT] Investors betting on more US-Japan divergence

[WSJ] ECB’s New Dilemma: Neediest Nations Receive Less Stimulus

[FT] How David Cameron lost his battle for Britain

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Bets Rise; Crude Extends Drone Gain as U.S. Futures Climb

[Bloomberg] Ukraine’s No. 1 Bank to Be Nationalized as Tycoons’ Rescue Fails

[FT/CNBC] Wall St economists doubtful Fed will deliver on rate rises

[Reuters] As yuan weakens, Chinese rush to open foreign currency accounts

[Bloomberg] Gone in 60 Seconds: Chinese Snap Up Dollar Funds as Yuan Tanks

[WSJ] Rising Rates Ripple Through Mortgage Market

[WSJ] ‘Great Rotation’ Fund Flows Accelerate