Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Hold Near Record High as Dollar Rebounds; Oil Climbs

[Bloomberg] Businesses Growing More Anxious as Elections Get Closer, Fed Survey Shows

[Bloomberg] No August Doldrums in Emerging Markets as Bond Sales Jump: Chart

[Reuters] Italy's Target 2 liabilities hit new record at 327 bln euros

[Bloomberg] Family Offices Back Away From Hedge Funds After Returns Decline

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall From Near High as Dollar Gains; Oil Fluctuates

[Reuters] Yen strengthens as downbeat U.S. indicators quash rate hike bets

[Reuters] Asia stocks hit one-year high as soft U.S. data quells Fed hike talk

[Bloomberg] Gold Extends Biggest Jump Since Brexit on Lowered Fed Rate Bets

[Bloomberg] China Reserves at Lowest Since 2011 as PBOC Supports Yuan

[Bloomberg] Four Fresh Worries About China's Shadow Banking System

[Bloomberg] There's a Big, Bank-led Change Sweeping Asian Debt Markets

[CNBC] ECB might deliver more QE but Fitch's top economist says 'don't bother'

[Bloomberg] Fading College Dream Saps U.S. Economy of Productivity Miracle

[Bloomberg] Manhattan's Luxury Real Estate Slowdown Is Spreading to Other Price Tiers

[NPR] Large, For-Profit ITT Tech Is Shutting Down All Of Its Campuses

[Reuters] Three-way split among BOJ board members over policy outlook: Sankei

[WSJ] Now Companies Are Getting Paid to Borrow

[FT] Quantitative easing extension risks reopening ECB rifts

[FT] Regulating those Chinese Weapons of Mass Ponzi

[Bloomberg] Prosecutors Say Alleged Turkey Coup Group Dominates Central Bank

[Reuters] Iran vessel 'harasses,' sails close to U.S. Navy ship in Gulf: U.S. officials