Thursday, November 17, 2016

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Set for More Gains Amid Stronger Dollar After Yellen

[Bloomberg] Treasury Yields Reach Year’s High as Fed on Track for Rate Hike

[Reuters] Wall street stocks lifted by data, earnings Yellen remarks

[Bloomberg] Mexico Raises Overnight Rate After Trump’s Win Wallops Peso

[Reuters] Mexico central bank hikes rate after Trump win, peso still weakens

[Bloomberg] 2017 May Be Japan’s ‘Year of the Taper’

[NYT] Across China, Walmart Faces Labor Unrest as Authorities Stand Aside

[WSJ] Fed Rate Rise Could Come ‘Relatively Soon’ as Data Point to Stronger Economy

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Decline After Yellen Testimony; Crude Oil Advances

[Bloomberg] Yellen Says Fed Interest Rate Hike Could Come ‘Relatively Soon’

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices post largest gain in six months

[Bloomberg] Jobless Claims in U.S. Decline to Lowest Level in Four Decades

[Bloomberg] Housing Starts in U.S. Surged to a Nine-Year High in October

[Bloomberg] BOJ First Unlimited Bond Buys Get No Bids After Yields Retreated

[CNBC] Yellen takes hot seat in middle of first congressional debate on Trump stimulus

[Reuters] ECB minutes firmly point to Dec for decision over asset buys

[Reuters] Mexico central bank may deliver big rate hike after peso’s Trump tumble

[Bloomberg] The Strange Consequences of India’s Unprecedented Banknote Ban

[Time] First Brexit, Then Trump. Can Italy Avoid a Populist Uprising in Crucial Referendum?

[Reuters] Italy won’t bend budget plan for EU, says Renzi advisor

[Reuters] Brazil arrests former Rio governor in corruption probe: police

[Reuters] Leverage levels hit post-crisis high in Europe’s loan market

[Bloomberg] Monet Painting Sells for Record $81.4 Million at Christie’s

[FT] US and EM investors take opposing bets on Trump’s presidency

[FT] Renminbi fixed weaker for record-equalling 10th straight day

[FT] Global bond issuance still hot despite market turbulence

[Reuters] Europe at risk of collapse; France, Germany must lead – French PM

[Reuters] China’s interference in Hong Kong reaching alarming levels: U.S. congressional panel

 

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