Sunday, December 6, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Climbs as Oil Drop Hurts Producers; European Stocks Rally

[Reuters] Asia stocks up but wary of China data, oil pressured

[Bloomberg] OPEC Unshackled From Quota Could Add Millions of Barrels

[Bloomberg] Iron Ore Plummets Below $40 a Ton as Global Glut Hurts Outlook

[Bloomberg] Bond Trader Hubris Reaches Inflection Point as Fed Liftoff Looms

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Talks Risk Rises With Supreme Court Hearing Appeal

[Bloomberg] Goldman: All Those Strange Things Happening in Markets Could Help Keep Interest Rates Low

[Bloomberg] Draghi Still `Super Mario' to Dollar-Thirsty Emerging Markets

[Bloomberg] China’s FX Reserves Decline Amid Yuan Support, Weaker Euro

[CNBC] China's capital outflows set to hit record: Expert

[Bloomberg] China's Sichuan Shengda Defaults on Onshore Bond as Growth Slows

[Bloomberg] Chinese Demand for Aussie Homes Drops as Much 15%, McGrath Says

[Bloomberg] Citic Securities Unable to Reach Investment-Banking Heads

[Reuters] China's capital issues first ever 'red alert' on air pollution

[NYT, Morgenson] A Revolving Door Helps Big Banks’ Quiet Campaign to Muscle Out Fannie and Freddie

[FT] Sovereign wealth funds withdraw $19bn from asset managers

[WSJ, Yahoo] For Bankers, the Mideast Is an Oasis No Longer

[Bloomberg] Turkey's Never Had It So Bad as Record Outflows Seen Persisting

[Reuters] Turkey says has duty to protect soldiers in Iraq after Baghdad ultimatum

[Bloomberg] Germany Struggles With Nearly One Million New Refugees in 2015

[Politico] 5 takeaways on France’s regional elections

[UK Guardian] France's governing Socialists urge tactical voting in face of far-right surge