Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Crude Tumbles to Six-Year Low After Unexpected U.S. Supply Gain

[AP] Oil Drillers Hammered as US Crude Supplies Continue to Climb

[Reuters] Most Fed policymakers want to smoothly trim balance sheet -minutes

[Bloomberg] Russia Is Having Trouble Selling Its Debt

[Reuters] Eight soldiers killed, Istanbul palace attacked as Turkish unrest mounts

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Fed Officials in July Saw Rate Rise Conditions Approaching

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Losses Spread as Vietnam to Kazakhstan Devalue

[Reuters] Chinese slowdown sends ripples across Asian banks

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Come Unstuck as China, Russia Fallout Grows

[Bloomberg] Turkey Lira Drops on Security Concern After Istanbul Explosion

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Fall as Miners, Auto Shares Retreat on China Fear

[Reuters] Chinese stocks go on wild ride as economic gloom deepens

[Bloomberg] PBOC Opens MLF Liquidity Tap Again as Yuan Defense Drains Funds

[CNBC] Why Fed minutes could be market mover

[WSJ] Grad-School Loan Binge Fans Debt Worries

[Reuters] Edward Chancellor: The cost of China’s devaluation

[FT] Malaysia and Indonesia lead emerging markets currency rout

[Reuters] China stocks extend slide amid warning of severe trade pressure

[Bloomberg] Russian Consumer Plight Worsens as Sales Flop Amid Diving Wages

[CNBC] China stocks slump as selloff extends into second day

[Bloomberg] Vietnam Central Bank Devalues Dong for Third Time This Year

[Bloomberg] China Money Rate Rises to Four-Month High on Intervention Bets

[Bloomberg] Oil Cash Slump Triggers New Risks at World’s Biggest Wealth Fund

[FT] Surge in emerging market capital outflows hits growth and currencies

[AFP] US launches biggest allied airborne drills since Cold War ended