Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Sees $7 Billion Quarterly Loss on Writedowns

[Bloomberg] Traders Flee Pharma Junk Bonds as Price Scandal Engulfs Industry

[NYT] Russia Fires Cruise Missiles in Syria as Assad Begins a Ground Attack

Wednesday's News Links

[UK Telegraph] $3 trillion corporate credit crunch looms as debtors face day of reckoning, says IMF

[Bloomberg] Banks' Glencore Exposure Is a $100 Billion `Gorilla,' BofA Says

[Bloomberg] IMF Warns of Growing Emerging-Market Risks as Fed Nears Liftoff

[Markit] Credit risk returns to fixed income market

[Bloomberg] Oil Drillers Hunker Down for More Pain One Year Into Bear Market

[Bloomberg] Brazil's September Inflation Accelerates More Than Forecast

[Bloomberg] China's Foreign Reserves Post Record Quarterly Drop on Yuan

[WSJ] Once the Biggest Buyer, China Starts Dumping U.S. Government Debt

[Bloomberg] Yen Advances as Bank of Japan Refrains From Adding to Stimulus

[Bloomberg] Bank of Japan Refrains From Adding to Record Stimulus

[Reuters] U.S. oil output on brink of 'dramatic' decline, executive says

[NYT] In a Reunion, Bernanke and Geithner Revisit the Crisis

[Bloomberg] How the Ghost of Stimulus Past in China Haunts Li Keqiang

[FT] China futures market decimated by trading curbs

[Reuters] How Iranian general plotted out Syrian assault in Moscow

[Reuters] Russia backs Syrian forces in major assault on insurgents