Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Fed Beige Book Shows ‘Mostly Positive’ Outlook for U.S. Economy

[Bloomberg] Gold Hits Two-Week High as Dollar Weakens on Rate Speculation

[Bloomberg] A Crisis in Asian Waters Could Explode Into Armed Conflict

[Reuters] U.S. vows all-out defense against 'grave' North Korean threat

Wednesday News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise Amid Earnings as OPEC Deal Optimism Spurs Oil Rally

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise on China GDP, U.S. Rate-Increase Outlook

[Bloomberg] China Home Sales Value Rose 61% in September From Year Earlier

[Bloomberg] China Growth Holds at 6.7%, Backed by Government and Consumers

[Bloomberg] U.S. Housing Starts Unexpectedly Drop on Multifamily-Unit Slide

[Bloomberg] Broken Indicators Mean It's Growing Harder to Spot Troubles in the Market

[Reuters] Inflation is next nerve-jangler for investors

[Bloomberg] Renzi Might Hang On for Months Even If He Loses Italy Referendum

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Startups Plummet in Asia Amid Low Returns, High Fees

[Nasdaq.com] Assets Invested In ETFs/ETPs Globally Reach Record $3.408 Trillion By Q3 2016

[Bloomberg] Adrenaline Shot From China Housing Boom May Spur 2017 Hangover

[WSJ] China’s Property Frenzy Spurs Risky Business

[WSJ] Economists Question China’s Consistent Growth Numbers

[WSJ] ‘Passive’ Investing Can Be a Lot More Active Than You Think

[WSJ] How One Goldman Sachs Trader Made More Than $100 Million

[Reuters] Evoking Ottoman past, Erdogan vows to tackle Turkey's enemies abroad