Friday, November 18, 2016

[Bloomberg] Trump-Trade Rally Pushes Dollar to Weekly Surge as Bonds Slump

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Board Warns Deep Debt Cuts Needed to Steady Island

[Bloomberg] Fight Over Puerto Rico Debt Heats Up as Creditors Fire Back

[CNBC] ‘The conservatives are going to go crazy’ — Trump’s top advisor lays out his vision for shaking up America

[WSJ] Dollar’s Rapid Gain Triggers Angst in Emerging Markets

[WSJ] Next Wild Card for Markets: Italy’s Constitutional Referendum

[Bloomberg] Dollar Extends Trump-Trade Rally as Gold Declines With Stocks

[Reuters] Rising U.S. yields help dollar to 13-1/2 year high, Asian shares slip

[Bloomberg] Global Bonds Poised for Biggest Two-Week Loss in Quarter Century

[Bloomberg] Final Polls Show Renzi’s Referendum Heading for Defeat in Italy

[Bloomberg] It’s Friday, So Asian Central Banks Are Back in Currencies

[Reuters] Exclusive: China ready to slow yuan descent, worried about capital outflows – sources

[Bloomberg] Hensarling Could Be Wall Street’s Best Hope or Worst Nightmare

[CNBC] Draghi says that withdrawal of QE relies on ‘durable’ pick-up in inflation

[Bloomberg] Cryan Says Credit Risk Is Being Misjudged Due to ECB Purchases

[Bloomberg] Rise of Populism Tops Anxiety List at Frankfurt Banking Meeting

[CNBC] 200 years of US interest rates on one chart

[Bloomberg] Global Trade Is Slowing

[FT] Global corporate defaults year to date reach highest level since 2009

[FT] Pace of global debt sales hits record level

[WSJ] Selloff Pulls Japanese Bond Yields Further Above Zero

[FT] Italian 10-year bonds on course for worst month since 2012

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