Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall as Alcoa Results Disappoint, Fed Rate Bets Rise

[Bloomberg] Pound Selloff Accelerates as Flash Crash Lows Loom Ever Nearer

[Bloomberg] Political Risks Roil Currency Market, Pummeling U.K. Pound, Rand

[Bloomberg] Fed Minutes Could Show Strength of Hawkish Rebel Camp in FOMC

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank's Woes Show Up in the Money Markets

[Bloomberg] More Americans Falling Behind on Car Loan Payments, S&P Says

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Debt Stings as Delinquency Chances Increase: Chart

[Bloomberg] Russia Says It’s Joining China to Counter U.S. Missile Defense


Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Oil off the boil, shares toil, sterling in trouble

[Bloomberg] Dollar Climbs as Treasuries Decline on Fed Wagers; Rand Sinks

[Bloomberg] Pound Slides a Fourth Day as Losses Torpedo Analysts’ Forecasts

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market Assets Decline as Fed-Rate Hike Odds Damp Demand

[Bloomberg] Yuan Set for Longest Losing Streak in Two Years Post-IMF Entry

[Bloomberg] Troubled China Credit Could Cost Banks $1.7 Trillion, S&P Says

[Bloomberg] China’s Li Says Debt Risk ‘Controllable,’ Growth Target in Reach

[Bloomberg] China's Regulators Plan Tighter Control of Funds Into Property

[Reuters] Samsung scraps Galaxy Note 7 over fire concerns

[Bloomberg] Samsung Market Value Plummets $17 Billion on Note 7 Sales Halt

[Bloomberg] A $7 Trillion Moment of Truth in Markets is Just Three Days Away

[Bloomberg] Saudi Capital Spending to Drop 71% in 2016 Amid Low Oil Prices

[Bloomberg] Cooperman Says Omega’s Assets Dropped to $4 Billion Amid Case

[FT] China’s property market keeps everyone guessing

[Reuters] U.S. must stop judicial 'extortion' of corporate Europe, French lawmakers say

[Time] Putin Cancels France Trip After President Hollande Accuses Russia of War Crimes in Syria

[AsiaTimes] Beijing’s South China Sea island buildup ‘for military purposes’