Sunday, August 30, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slide With S&P 500 Headed for Worst Month Since 2012

[Bloomberg] Junk-Rating Dread Sends Ibovespa, Real to World's Biggest Losses

[Bloomberg] SocGen: Half-Hearted Capital Controls Are Coming to China

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Head for Worst Month Since 2011 Amid Fed, China

[Bloomberg] Asian Currencies Record Biggest Monthly Decline in Three Years

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Cap Biggest Selloff Since 2008 on Rescue Doubts

[Bloomberg] China Brokers Tumble as Citic Staff Detained, Rescue Costs Grow

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Stocks Head for Biggest Monthly Slide Since 2012

[Bloomberg] Your ETF Is Not All It Seems for Emerging-Market Currency Hedges

[Bloomberg] 30-Minute VIX Frenzy Exposes Obsession With Volatility Hedging

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] Fed Appears to Hold Line on Rate Plan

[Reuters] Venture capital cash surfers may see waves recede in market turmoil

[Bloomberg] China Asks Brokerages to Boost Market and Buy Back Shares

[Reuters] China announces confessions in stocks plunge probe

[Bloomberg] Brazil Analysts See Deeper Recessions and Raise 2016 CPI Outlook

[Bloomberg] Brazilian Government Is Said to Expect a Primary Deficit in 2016

[Bloomberg] Ruble Tracks Oil by Most on Record After Fourth Monthly Slide

[Bloomberg] Turkish Exports See Worst July Since 2010 as Russia Slump Hurts

[FT] Catalans in fresh surge for independence from Spain

[NYT] Challenged on Left and Right, the Fed Faces a Decision on Rates

[Washington Post] U.S. developing sanctions against China over cyberthefts

[FT] Central bank monetary arsenal is increasingly ineffective

[BBC] Ukraine Kiev protest blast wounds 100 police after MPs vote

[WSJ] Crises Put First Dents in Xi Jinping’s Power

[Reuters] Japan eyes defense budget hike to fortify island chain facing China

[Bloomberg] Catalonia Must Restructure Finances, Ciudadanos Candidate Says