Serious Fraud Office

Frontrunning: November 29

  • Monte dei Paschi’s Future Hangs on Sunday Vote (WSJ)
  • Trump Son-in-Law Jared Kushner Could Face Conflict-of-Interest Questions (WSJ)
  • In OPEC’s High-Stakes Poker Game, Iran and Iraq Call Saudi Bluff (BBG)
  • Iran, Iraq at loggerheads with Saudis ahead of OPEC meeting (Reuters)
  • High-Profile Private Investors Take Hit on Theranos (WSJ)

Frontrunning: November 21

  • Dollar dips, stocks fall as Trumpflation trade pauses (Reuters)
  • A profile of RenTec's Medallion fund: Inside a Moneymaking Machine Like No Other (BBG)
  • Mattis, Christie, Giuliani in contention for top posts (Reuters)
  • Paulson’s Big Long: A Bet on Trump Yields Power and Profit (BBG)
  • Ex-PM Fillon is favorite to win French conservative presidential ticket (Reuters)
  • In weekend of deliberation, Mattis favored for Trump Pentagon chief (Reuters)

The Secret World Of Indian Currency Printers

The recent decision to abolish several high-denomination Indian bank-notes was taken with a view to curbing financing of terrorism through the proceeds of Fake Indian Currency Notes. However, it appears the new currency notes are being printed with the involvement of the same blacklisted companies that in fact were the source of fake notes to Pakistan in the first place.

Frontrunning: November 11

  • Conquering Trump comes to DC (The Hill)
  • Trump’s Data Team Saw a Different America—and They Were Right (BBG)
  • Trump victory prompts U.S. fund managers to focus on inflation (Reuters)
  • Dollar’s Trump-Inspired Surge Sets Off Intervention Across Asia (BBG)
  • Trump Camp Works to Form Cabine (WSJ)

Frontrunning: October 24

  • The CEO Behind AT&T’s Huge Time Warner Deal (BBG)
  • AT&T-Time Warner deal sparks calls for scrutiny in Washington (Reuters)
  • Wall Street’s $40 Billion AT&T Pledge Offers Fees and Risks (BBG)
  • Bernie Sanders: Obama Administration “Should Kill” The AT&T-Time Warner Deal (Deadline)
  • Oil prices under pressure as Iraq resists joining output cut (Reuters)

Frontrunning: October 21

  • Trump, Clinton trade barbed jokes for charity (Reuters)
  • Islamic State retaliates as Iraqi forces push on Mosul (Reuters)
  • Hedge Fund Managers Struggle to Master Their Miserable New World (BBG)
  • Woebegone Stock Pickers Vow: We Shall Return! (WSJ)
  • Madonna pledges oral sex for Clinton voters (The Hill)

Frontrunning: October 17

  • Bonds Selloff Spreads on Inflation Concern; Stocks Fall With Oil (BBG)
  • Trump charges U.S. election results being rigged 'at many polling places'  (Reuters)
  • CNN’s Stelter Blames Firebombing of NC Republican Office on Trump's 'Over Heated' Rhetoric (Newsbusters)
  • Britain, France seek EU condemnation of Russia over Syria (Reuters)
  • Inside the Secret Society of Wall Street's Top In-House Lawyers (BBG)

Frontrunning: September 23

  • Futures slip after three-day rally as oil dips (Reuters)
  • Charlotte protests diminish early on Friday as family views video (Reuters)
  • Undecided Voters Are Proving a Tough Sell for Clinton and Trump (BBG)
  • Facebook Overestimated Key Video Metric For Two Years (WSJ)
  • Trump received $1.6 million from Secret Service (Politico)

Frontrunning: September 22

  • Stocks Advance in Unison With Bonds as Fed Inspires Global Rally (BBG)
  • Soothing Fed gives stocks their mojo (Reuters)
  • Yellen helps Clinton dodge a bullet (Politico)
  • State of emergency called to quell Charlotte unrest over police shooting of black man (Reuters)
  • Hillary Clinton Leads Donald Trump by Six Points in Latest WSJ/NBC Poll (WSJ)

Frontrunning: September 19

  • Global Stocks Rise, Buoyed by Commodities (WSJ)
  • For Yellen, a September Fed surprise could close confidence gap (Reuters)
  • Robot detonates New Jersey device in latest bomb discovery (Reuters)
  • Syria Truce Hangs in Balance Amid Attacks, Lack of Aid (WSJ)
  • Merkel’s Party Suffers Worst Berlin Loss of Postwar Era (BBG)
  • China’s Home Prices Rise Most in Six Years as Sales Gain (BBG)

Frontrunning: September 7

  • Trump and Clinton look to pass U.S. commander-in-chief test (Reuters)
  • Undecided GOP-Leaning Voters Provide an Opening for Donald Trump (WSJ)
  • Stage set for iPhone 7, but many await 8 (Reuters)
  • Dollar Slides Versus Yen as Prospect of September Fed Hike Dims (BBG)
  • World stocks hit one-year highs as Fed hike prospects fade (Reuters)
  • Merkel strikes back, defends migrant policy after election rout (Reuters)

Frontrunning: August 8

  • Global stocks, dollar gain as payrolls fuel risk-on trades (Reuters)
  • Suicide bomber kills at least 50 at Pakistan hospital (Reuters)
  • Waiting Forever for Fed Model Bull Case on Stocks to Come True (BBG)
  • Oil Rises Despite Supply Glut (WSJ)
  • Fed's Powell urges patience on U.S. rates, citing growth risks (Reuters)
  • Trump to Propose Moratorium on New Financial Regulations (BBG)

S&P To Open At New Record High As Commodities Rise, China Trade Disappoints

The meltup continues with the S&P500 set to open at new all time highs as futures rise 0.2% overnight, with European, Asian stocks higher, as job data pushed MSCI Asia Pacific Index towards highest close since Aug. 2015. Germany, U.K. economic data seen positive, with dollar, oil rising, and gold declining. The MSCI All-Country World Index rose 0.4% and was headed for its highest close in almost a year.

Frontrunning: August 1

  • Global stocks hit highest in a year but banks take shine off Europe (Reuters)
  • Fed’s Dudley Warns It Is Premature to Rule Out an Interest-Rate Increase This Year (WSJ)
  • Fed’s Kaplan Says September ‘On the Table’ If Data Support (BBG)
  • Europe's stress tests fail to ease investors' bank sector worries (Reuters)
  • Trump’s Attacks on Khan Family Roil Race But May Not Alter It (BBG)