Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Crude Rally Lifts Commodity Currencies; Bonds Rise: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Advance While Crude and Yen Retreat: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Banking Official Urges Cut to Required Reserve Ratio

[Bloomberg] No Happy New Year in China as Currency, Liquidity Fears Loom

[Reuters] Germany says Italy must stick to European rules on Monte Paschi

[Bloomberg] Record Run for Company-Bond Sales Seen Screeching to a 2017 Halt

[Bloomberg] Britons Hoard Cash as Economic Uncertainties Prompt Caution

[Reuters] Writedown fears send Toshiba shares down 20%, hit daily limit

[Bloomberg] The Bond Bear That's Staying in the Cold

[CNBC] Hedge fund managers are raging bulls on the rally

[Bloomberg] As Populists Won 2016 Ballots, World’s Richest Made $237 Billion

[Bloomberg] Manhattan Luxury Co-Ops Fall Out of Favor

[WSJ] As Home Prices Rise, Flippers Make a Comeback

[WSJ] The Year in Markets: 2016 in Nine Charts

[CNBC] U.S., China may fall into "cycle of retaliation" next year on trade: Economist

[Reuters] Quoting Mao, China says Taiwan, HK independence supporters will fail 'like flies'

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. edges up in low volume, boosted by tech shares

[FT] Corporates lead surge to record $6.6tn debt issuance

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise to High as Oil Gains, Bonds Fall: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Confidence Jumps to Highest Level Since 2001

[Bloomberg] Americans’ Market Sentiment Jumps Most Since Dot-com Boom: Chart

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Increased 5.1% in October

[Bloomberg] Yuan Turnover Soars in Sign of December Outflow Pressures

[Reuters] ECB tells Monte dei Paschi it needs to raise $9.2 billion

[Reuters] Italy set to pump around 6.5 billion euros into Monte Paschi rescue: sources

[Bloomberg] Odd Lots: These Were the Most Interesting Stories of 2016

[Dow Jones] Brazil’s Government Deficit Widens to 9.28% of GDP in November

[WSJ] Trump’s Financial Deregulation Might Be Bad News for Banks After All

[WSJ] Surging Buybacks Say Stock Boom Isn’t Over

[WSJ] Dollar’s Rise Threatens Manufacturing Recovery

[Reuters] Russia calls U.S. move to better arm Syrian rebels a 'hostile act'

[Reuters] Taiwan warns of increasing threat as Chinese warships conduct drill

[WSJ] Xi’s Power Play Foreshadows Historic Transformation of How China Is Ruled