Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China Cuts Interest Rates for Fifth Time in Bid to Stem Rout

[Reuters] Global stocks, oil, dollar extend gains after China cuts rates

[Reuters] Stock futures rise sharply as China cuts interest rates

[Bloomberg] Yen Volatility Surges Most Since Fukushima on Global Stock Rout

[WSJ] Selloff in Dim Sum Bonds Spikes Borrowing Rates in Yuan

[MarketWatch] Sales of Dim Sum bonds lifts yuan borrowing rates

[Bloomberg] Not Even World's Highest Rates Keep Foreigners in Brazil Bonds

[NYT] Uncertainty in the Market May Imperil Deal-Making

[NYT] From Venezuela to Iraq to Russia, Oil Price Drops Raise Fears of Unrest

[Bloomberg] China Said to Halt Stock Support Amid Intervention Debate

[Bloomberg] German Economy Boosted by Exports Shows Risks of China Slowdown

[Bloomberg] Saudi Arabia Is Seeking Advice on Cutting Billions From Its Budget in the Wake of the Oil Crash

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Extend Biggest Plunge Since 2007 on Support Doubts

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund ‘Hotels’ Sting Managers by Losing Up to 42% in Week

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Reverse Losses as Banks, Tech Shares Advance

[Bloomberg] China's Central Bank Injects $23.4 Billion as Yuan Intervention Drains Funds

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Aso Says China Policies Stirring Concerns in Markets

[NYT] A Stock Market Rout in a Month That Hedge Funds Would Sooner Forget

[FT] Investing: Whatever the weather?

[Washington Post]  In China, a ghost town points to shifting fortunes