Friday, December 4, 2015

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Banks Said to Face SEC Probe Into Possible Credit Swap Collusion

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says There Can't Be a Limit to ECB Action Within Mandate

[WSJ] Macro Hedge Funds Caught Off Guard by ECB’s Move

[Bloomberg] Brazil Central Bank Said to Demand BTG Sell Assets, Cut Trading

[Bloomberg] Fitch Cuts BTG Pactual to Junk, Warns of Further Downgrades

[Bloomberg] OPEC Unity Shattered as Saudi-Led Policy Leads to No Limits

[Bloomberg] Credit-Market Swoon Sends Somber Message to Property Investors

[NYT] China Creates a World Bank of Its Own, and the U.S. Balks

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says There Can't Be a Limit to ECB Action Within Mandate

[FT] Corporate debt downgrades hit $1tn worth of issues

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Fall as U.S. Job Gains Support Fed Rate-Increase Bets

[Bloomberg] Colombian Peso Leads Losses in Emerging Markets as Oil Tumbles

[Bloomberg] Bond Rout Deepens in Euro Area as Draghi Underdelivers to Market

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Drop for Third Day as ECB Stimulus Disappoints

[Reuters] U.S. trade deficit widens as exports hit three-year low

[WSJ] Crowded Trades Collapse

[Bloomberg] Rousseff Says Brazil's Impeachment Proceedings Are Coup Attempt

[Bloomberg] Bonds Tumble by $270 Billion as Draghi, Yellen Batter Markets

[Bloomberg] China's Bond Leverage Tops $1.2 Trillion in Replay of Stock Boom

[Bloomberg] Agricultural Bank President Resigns Amid Report of Demotion

[Reuters] Desperate Chinese steelmakers dump iron ore stocks

[Reuters] ECB's Weidmann: We didn't need to ease

[Yahoo] Record-setting year for M&A activity

[Bloomberg] OECD Secretary General Has Asked Fed to Raise Rates Since 2014

[Bloomberg] World's Woes Huddle on Greek Shores as Another Crisis Year Looms

[MarketWatch] Opinion: Terrorist backlash boosting National Front in French vote