Monday, August 29, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Close Near Record High on Economic Data; Oil Slumps

[CNBC] Money markets are undergoing huge changes. Here's why it matters

[Bloomberg] China’s Credit Party Winds Down in Headwind for Economic Growth

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] S&P 500, Dollar Gain as Consumer-Spending Data Bolster Fed Bets

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Fall as Fed Outlook Lifts Dollar; Oil Declines

[Bloomberg] Dollar Climbs, Commodities Decline as Traders Assess Fed Timing

[Bloomberg] Yuan Weakens to Five-Week Low as Fed Rate Signals Renew Pressure

[Bloomberg] Asian Currencies Decline as Fed Comments Bolster Rate Hike Bets

[Bloomberg] Oil Resumes Drop Near $47 Amid Market Stabilization Deal Doubts

[Bloomberg] This Is How Badly We're Managing Our Student Debt

[Reuters] China wants a successful G20 but suspects West may derail agenda

[Bloomberg] Three Biggest China Airlines Face $1.3 Billion Currency Hit

[Reuters] 95% of China's Electric Vehicle Startups Face Wipeout

[Bloomberg] Want a Hedge Fund Job? Knowing About Wavelets Improves Your Odds

[NYT] Central Bankers Hear Plea: Turn Focus to Government Spending

[WSJ] German Savers Lose Faith in Banks, Stash Cash at Home

[Reuters] U.S. says clashes between Turkish forces and opposition in Syria 'unacceptable'

[Dow Jones] Turkey Clashes With Kurds in Syria, Endangering U.S. Forces