Thursday’s News Links

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[Reuters] Asia stocks scale four-month peak as Fed turns more cautious; dollar sags

[Reuters] Dollar weaker on Fed’s dovish outlook; Aussie dollar, euro gain

[CNBC] China says its manufacturing activity contracted for the second-straight month in January

[NYT] The Hot Topic in Markets Right Now: ‘Quantitative Tightening’

[FT] Federal Reserve’s ‘momentous’ U-turn prompts puzzlement

[FT] Central bank gold-buying reaches half-century high

[FT] China official manufacturing PMI details ‘not so reassuring’

[FT] US companies turn to junk bonds over loans to fund deals

[FT] Italy’s faltering economy will put populists’ plans to the test

[Bloomberg] India’s Still-Reeling Shadow Banks Face Fresh Cash Shortage Risk

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