Friday, September 9, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Bonds Spiral Lower Together in Replay of Past Hawk Raids

[Bloomberg] These Charts Show the Bond Market Selloff That's Roiling Markets Around the World

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Plunge by Most in a Year After ECB Sparks Global Rout

[Bloomberg] Defense Trade Unravels as Bond Yields Jump Most in Month: Chart

[Bloomberg] Low-Volatility ETFs Are Anything But Amid S&P 500 Tumble: Chart

[Bloomberg] Oil Tumbles Most in Month as U.S. Supply Plunge Seen as One-Off

[Bloomberg] Ibovespa Leads Global Declines as Steelmakers Tumble With Banks

[Bloomberg] Leverage Soars to New Heights as Corporate Bond Deluge Rolls On

[Bloomberg] Azeri Central Bank Raises Main Rate to 15% in Emergency Increase

[Bloomberg] Fed’s Tarullo Signals Patience on Rates for More Inflation Cues

[WSJ] U.S Government Bond Selloff Picks Up Momentum Amid Rate Rise Speculation

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bonds, Stocks Tumble With Emerging Markets as Complacency Broken

[Reuters] German jitters weigh on stocks, ECB doubts lift yields

[Bloomberg] German Bonds in Biggest Slide Since March as ECB QE Reappraised

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Decline as Korean Shares Fall, Investors Weigh ECB

[Reuters] Increasingly risky to delay U.S. rate hike, Fed's Rosengren says

[Reuters] German exports add to growth concerns with "crash landing"