Thursday, October 1, 2015

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Charting the Markets: China Factory Data Sends Global Equities Higher

[Reuters] Global economy loses steam as Chinese, European factories falter

[Bloomberg] Yen Gains on Report That Central Bank Will Refrain From Stimulus

[Bloomberg] Brazil Real Slides as Lawmakers Vote to Boost Fiscal Spending

[Bloomberg] Worst Seen Coming for Currencies Ensnared in Commodities Fallout

[Reuters] From heroes to bystanders? Central banks' growth challenge

[Bloomberg] Glencore's Credit Rating at Risk If Commodity Slump Doesn't Stop

[Bloomberg] ETF Investors Exit Emerging-Market Stock Bets as China Falters

[Bloomberg] Why America's Oil Output Refuses to Collapse

[Bloomberg] The Delinquent Borrowers Leading a Student Loans Revolt

[Bloomberg] These Charts Show the Big Change in Chinese Corporate Debt Since 2007

[Bloomberg] Children of the Yuan Percent: Everyone Hates China’s Rich Kids

[FT] EM capital flows to reverse for first time since 1988

[Reuters] Extending QE challenges ECB's bond holding limits

[Reuters] Iran troops to join Syria war, Russia bombs group trained by CIA

[Reuters] China navy calls for United States to reduce risk of misunderstandings

[WSJ] Russian Airstrike in Syria Targeted CIA-Backed Rebels, U.S. Officials Say

[Reuters] Russian warplanes target insurgents in Syria but not Islamic State

[Reuters] Khamenei calls for stronger Iranian military to deter enemies