Thursday, September 10, 2015

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Equity Funds Shed $46 Billion in Four-Week Run of Outflows: BAML

[Bloomberg] Citi's Chief Economist Says China Is 'Financially Out of Control'

[Bloomberg] How Low Can Oil Go? Goldman Says $20 a Barrel Is a Possibility

[Reuters] China August new loans fall as lending to support stock market fades

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Junk Relapse Makes Its Bonds Even Riskier Than Russia

[Bloomberg] Petrobras Crowned New King of Junk Bonds After Rating Downgrade

[Bloomberg] Indonesian 10-Year Bond Yield Rises to Highest Level Since 2010

[Bloomberg] Ringgit in Longest Losing Streak Since 1971 on Capital Outflows

[FT] Brazil downgrade triggers prospect of further turmoil for EMs

[Reuters] Spanish bonds underperform again as regional vote nears

[Reuters] China Central Bank Seen Ready to Intervene Again if Offshore Pushes Yuan Too Far

[NYT] As a Boom Fades, Brazilians Wonder How It All Went Wrong

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Head for Weekly Advance After Offshore Yuan Gains

[NYT] Hedge Funds for the Masses' Get a Stress Test

[Reuters] Exclusive: Petrobras spending plan already obsolete, new cuts likely - sources

[NYT] What Puerto Rico’s New Plan Means

[Bloomberg] Goldman's Next 11 Markets Are Sinking Even Faster Than the BRICs

[Reuters] Germany's Schaeuble says central banks alone cannot solve economic woes

[Reuters] 30 years on, parallels with Plaza but currency universe very different

[Reuters] Urban killings, air strikes as bloodshed worsens in Turkish southeast

[Reuters] Russia tells Washington: talk to us over Syria or risk 'unintended incidents'