Sunday, February 12, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Keep Climbing as Treasuries Decline: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Stocks on the march as 'Trump trades' bounce back

[Bloomberg] China’s Zombie Province Shows Trouble With Its Bond Market

[Bloomberg] China Central Bank Resumes Reverse Repo Sales After Six-Day Halt

[Bloomberg] Bookmakers’ Odds of a Le Pen Victory Surge to 1-in-3: Chart

[Bloomberg] Trump-Abe Rapport Won’t Stop Yen From Passing 100, JPMorgan Says

[Bloomberg] Singapore's Big Banks' Bad-Loan Woes May Be Getting Worse

[WSJ] Investors Have Second Thoughts About Trump Trade

[WSJ] IMF’s Stand on Greek Bailout Unnerves Europe

[FT] Donald Trump’s anger at Asian currency manipulators misses target

[FT] A failure to tell the truth imperils Greece and Europe

[Reuters] China upset at disputed islands mention in Japan-U.S. meeting

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Extends Global Equity Rally as Yen Slides: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar gains after Trump-Abe meet, Asian shares firm

[Bloomberg] America’s Biggest Creditors Dump Treasuries in Warning to Trump

[Bloomberg] Japan 4th-Quarter GDP Rose 1.0% on Annualized Basis

[Bloomberg] Germany’s New Trump-Critic President Sees Stormy U.S. Ties Ahead

[CNBC] Trump administration is ‘complete insanity’ – and the markets are in a fantasy land: Stockman

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Greece, lenders risk euro zone instability if review talks drag on: EU's Dombrovskis

[Bloomberg] China’s Monetary Policy Is Looking Like Alphabet Soup

[Reuters] IMF's Lagarde says worried about European elections

[FT] Market questions: will the respite for French bonds last?

[Bloomberg] North Korean Nuclear Ambitions to Be Defining Issue for Trump