Monday, December 12, 2016

 

[Bloomberg] Crude Soars as Output Deal Weighs on Bonds; China Shares Tumble

[Bloomberg] China’s Stocks, Bonds, Yuan Slump in Unison on Liquidity Concern

[Reuters] China stocks tumble the most in 6 months as regulator slaps curbs on insurers

[Bloomberg] Treasury 10-Year Yield Tops 2.5% Amid Global Bond Selloff

[Reuters] Italy hurries to form new government as banking crisis looms

[Bloomberg] Dim Sum Bond Issuers Facing a ‘Great Wall’ of Refinancing Are Thinking About Dollar-Denominated Debt

[Bloomberg] Trump says U.S. not necessarily bound by ‘one China’ policy

[Reuters] China warns Trump against ignoring its Taiwan interests

[Reuters] China’s Red Line Has Asia Braced for Lose-Lose Battle With Trump

[Reuters] Fed turns to Trump agenda with rate hike nearly in the bag

[Reuters] After explosive growth, bond ETFs brace for the next big test

[Reuters] Japan protests against China’s allegations of dangerous conduct by fighter jets

[WSJ] The Volatility Paradox: Calm Markets but Soaring ‘Fear Gauge’ Trading

[FT] Vanguard founder calls for politicians to re-examine ETFs

[WSJ] Exchange-Traded ‘Zombies’ Stalk the Markets

[WSJ] For the Bank of Japan, a Tightening Squeeze

[WSJ] Inside India’s Unprecedented Assault on Cash

[FT, Munchau] Italy poses a huge threat to the euro and union

[FT] China backlash over Donald Trump comments on Taiwan

[WSJ] Central Bankers’ Zeal for the ‘Natural Rate’ Draws Skeptics

[NYT] Small Investors Join China’s Tycoons in Sending Money Abroad

[WSJ] Beijing Concerned by Trump Questioning ‘One China’ Policy on Taiwan

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