Monday, January 9, 2017

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Commodities Gain as Dollar, U.S. Stocks Fluctuate: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Pound’s Decline Deepens as Currency Reclaims Dubious Honor

[Bloomberg] China Factory Prices Rising Fastest in 5 Years Adds to Reflation

[CNBC] Credit card, auto loan delinquencies rise

[Bloomberg] Chinese Banks' Liquidity Squeeze: Worse Than You Think

[Reuters] China vows to contain corporate debt levels as inflation heats up

[Bloomberg] Credit Hedge Fund Shorting China Junk Bonds as Risks Mount

[Reuters] Taiwan courts Central America after U.S. visit angers China

[FT] Sovereign credit ratings likely to deteriorate in 2017 – S&P

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Shares Track U.S. Retreat While Bonds Climb: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Climb With Gold While U.S. Stocks Drop: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil down four percent on concerns over rising Iraqi exports, U.S. output

[Bloomberg] Investment-Grade Bonds Blast Into 2017 Despite Long-Term Fears

[Reuters] With recovery 'largely done,' Lockhart says Fed should step aside

[CNBC] Markets looking for more clues on Trumponomics

[CNBC] China’s latest moves to manage the yuan add fuel to Trump’s threats

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley Says Investors Are Thinking About U.S. Corporate Credit All Wrong

[Bloomberg] Hundreds of Colleges Saddling Students With Unaffordable Debt, Feds Say