Thursday, August 6, 2015

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Media stock selloff leaves Wall Street bruised

[Bloomberg] Brazil Stocks Drop With Real as Rousseff Setback Sinks Bonds

[Reuters] Allies of Brazil's Rousseff see leadership vacuum as economy sinks

[Bloomberg] Carnage in Junk-Rated Energy Bonds Returns With Plunging Oil

[Bloomberg] Muni Funds Lose Most Cash in Five Weeks Amid Puerto Rico Default

[Bloomberg] The Shale Patch Faces Reality

[Bloomberg] Traders Have Disappeared From the Gold Market

[Bloomberg] Goldman Says Asian Nations Won't Lift Rates as Currencies Weaken

[CNBC] Farmland sees slowest appreciation since 2010: USDA

[FT] GMO founder Grantham says markets ‘ripe for major decline’ in 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Another Major Pillar of the Bull Market Is Collapsing

[Bloomberg] Media Stocks Are Getting Crushed; Oil, Emerging Markets Currencies Fall

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Rout Worsens as Polish Banks Slide, Ruble Drops

[Bloomberg] Credit Risk Is Staging a Comeback

[Bloomberg] Explorers In Need of Cash Are Selling Oil Fields as Last Resort

[Bloomberg] Currencies in Freefall Handcuff Bankers From Chile to Colombia

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Fall With Oil Shares After Best Rally in 3 Weeks

[Bloomberg] Growing Default Risk Shown in Worst Ukraine Bond Rout Since June

[Bloomberg] Bank of England Holds Key Interest Rate and Cuts Inflation Outlook

[Bloomberg] Trillions of Assets Remain Central Bank Tools Amid Rising Rates

[Bloomberg] Asking Everyone’s Rich Uncle to Pay for School

[Bloomberg] Europe Moves to Reduce Risk in $505 Trillion Derivatives Market

[Reuters] China's top bank regulator says bad loans surge, profit growth slows in cooling economy

[Bloomberg] China CSF Said to Seek $322 Billion More Funding to Boost Stocks

[Reuters] Germany has growing doubts about quick deal on Greek aid - Bild

[Reuters] No IMF decision on Greek bailout until autumn, Swedish representative tells paper

[FT] Investors lose faith in commodity hedge funds

[AFP] US says won't tolerate navigation curbs in tense South China Sea