Friday, September 16, 2016

Friday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Apple Helps Salvage S&P 500 Advance in Wildest Week Since Brexit

[Reuters] Wall Street hit as Deutsche Bank fine triggers bank rout

[Bloomberg] U.S. Household Wealth Rose by $1.08 Trillion in Second Quarter

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Investors Fret Its Legal Reserves Won’t Be Enough

[Bloomberg] China’s Holdings of U.S. Treasuries Fall to Lowest Since ’13

[Bloomberg] ITT Educational Services Files for Bankruptcy After Shutdown

[Bloomberg] Penn State Endowment Joins Large U.S. Colleges in Posting Losses

[WSJ] Deutsche Bank Settlement Could Strain Capital

[WSJ] Thirst for Yield Drives Record Investor Inflows to Real Estate Funds

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Slip With Crude as Lenders Wobble; Dollar Advances

[Bloomberg] Oil Falls to 1-Month Low as Nigeria, Libya Poised to Swell Glut

[Dow Jones] Deutsche Bank Shares Plunge on Fears of $14 Billion U.S. Settlement

[Bloomberg] Mexican Peso Slides to Record Low as Clinton Flags in U.S. Polls

[Reuters] Cost of insuring Deutsche Bank's debt rises 8 percent after DOJ fine: Markit

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Riskiest Bonds Sink as DOJ Seeks $14 Billion Fine

[Bloomberg] Dollar Rally Fades as Odds of Fed Move This Year Drop Below 50%

[Bloomberg] Consumer Prices in U.S. Increased More Than Forecast in August

[Reuters] U.S. stock funds post largest weekly outflows in a year: Lipper

[Bloomberg] Monte Paschi Bonds Slide to Two-Month Low After Debt-Swap Report

[Reuters] German banks count cost of global shipping crisis

[Bloomberg] Rising Global Imbalances Should Be Ringing Alarm Bells, Says HSBC

[CNBC] Why everyone needs to pay attention to the bond market

[WSJ] Japan’s Central Bank Splits Over Easing Program

[WSJ] Dollar-Hedging Costs Hit Treasurys

[WSJ] Average Cost of Employer Health Coverage Tops $18,000 for Family in 2016

[FT] Low-volatility funds face rougher ride

[Reuters] Japan to boost South China Sea role with training patrols with U.S.: minister