Monday, September 14, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Manufacturing in U.S. Declines by Most Since January 2014

[Bloomberg] Brazil Stocks, Real Slump as Goldman Sachs Doubts Political Will

[Bloomberg] Why Everyone Is Suddenly Talking About Financial Conditions

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Post Biggest Two-Day Loss in Three Weeks on Economy

[Bloomberg] China Brokers Shut Out of Own Futures Market Try Singapore

[Bloomberg] China Braces for Second Onshore Bond Default by State Firm

[Reuters] China steps on the gas to spark economy, Aug fiscal spending jumps 26 pct

[WSJ] Citic Securities Draws Beijing’s Ire After Meltdown

[CNBC] Trichet to Fed: Ignore the IMF, World Bank

[WSJ] Oil Patch Braces for Financial Reckoning

[Bloomberg] Yen Erases Drop as BOJ Holds; Asian Stocks Mixed as Aussie Down

[Bloomberg] Bank of Japan Forgoes Additional Easing, Betting Economy Will Turn Around

[Bloomberg] Glencore Slumps to Record Low, Erasing Gains Since Debt Plan

[MarketWatch] Here’s what’s worrying ex-Greek finance minister about Athens’s debt pact

[Bloomberg] RBA Says China Slowdown, Market Rout Raise Global Risks

[Washington Post] Hungary shuts key refugee route amid widening clampdowns across Europe

[Reuters] Saddled with 2 million Syrian refugees, Turkey shows signs of strain

[NYT] Russian Moves in Syria Widen Role in Mideast

[Reuters] U.S. Air Force cites 'alarming' Russian strides in air power

[AP] North Korea Warns It Has Restarted All Nuclear Bomb Fuel Plants