Sunday, January 15, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Brexit Plans Rattle Pound and Stocks as Gold Rises: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Shares Head for Longest Losing Streak Since August 2015

[Bloomberg] Portugal Bonds Falter as ECB Running Out of Eligible Debt to Buy

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Drop on Trade Jitters as Mozambique Bonds Slide

[Reuters] Investors turn wary as Brexit, Trump uncertainty grows

[Bloomberg] Yuan Top Forecaster Sees No End to Losses as China Economy Slows

[Bloomberg] South Korea Prosecutor Seeks Arrest of Samsung’s Jay Y. Lee

[Reuters] Exclusive: China to target around 6.5 percent growth in 2017 - sources

[Reuters] China should stop intervening in FX market and let yuan float: researcher

[Reuters] Beijing will 'take off the gloves', if Trump continues on Taiwan- China Daily

[Reuters] Trump's offer to Putin: an end to sanctions for nuclear arms cut - London Times

[Reuters] Trump threatens German carmakers with 35 percent U.S. import tariff

[Washington Post] European leaders shocked as Trump slams NATO and E.U., raising fears of transatlantic split

[WSJ] Beijing Spins a Web of Chinese Infrastructure

[Financial Times] US companies rush to reprice debt as higher rates loom

[FT] Trump’s blast at Germany, EU and Nato raises hackles in Berlin

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Pound Slides at Much as 1.6% as May Reported to Seek Hard Brexit

[Bloomberg] Pound Drops on EU Concern, Australian Shares Gain: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Trump says Brexit to be 'a great thing', wants quick trade deal with UK

[CNBC] Britain's May to call for national unity in major Brexit speech

[Reuters] World's eight richest as wealthy as half humanity, Oxfam tells Davos

[CNBC] Trump will soon be begging the Fed for QE4: Marc Faber

[Bloomberg] Trump Slams NATO, Floats Russia Nuke Deal in European Interview

[FT] Donald Trump takes swipe at EU as ‘vehicle for Germany’

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] May to Seek Hard Brexit by Leaving EU Market, Times Reports

[Reuters] Trump says U.S. automakers should make products in the country

[Bloomberg] U.S. Shale's Great Reawakening

[Reuters] Davos elites struggle for answers as Trump era dawns

[Reuters] China, Europe drive shift to electric cars as U.S. lags