Thursday, February 11, 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stock Rout Deepens, Bonds Surge as Faith in Central Banks Fails

[Bloomberg] Global Credit Risk Rises as Yellen Comments Fan Growth Concerns

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Join Global Slide, Nasdaq Composite Near Bear Market

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Resume Slide as Societe Generale, Rio Tinto Plunge

[Bloomberg] Europe Bank Selloff Deepens as Traders Locked in `No Man's Land'

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank subordinated CDS hit record high-Markit

[Bloomberg] Credit Suisse Slides to 27-Year Low Amid Selloff

[Bloomberg] Oil Extends Loss to Trade Near 12-Year Low on Cushing Supplies

[Bloomberg] Yen Advances to 15-Month High as Korean Tensions Stoke Haven Bid

[Bloomberg] Sweden Cuts Rates Deeper Into Negative Territory, Says May Go Further

[Bloomberg] Gold Roars to One-Year High as Turmoil Drives Safe Haven Demand

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Fall as Equities in Hong Kong, Seoul Join Selloff

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Stocks Fall in Worst Start to Lunar New Year Since '94

[Bloomberg] Portugal's 10-Year Yield Reaches Highest Since End of Bailout

[Bloomberg] The Crowded Trade in Bank Stocks Among Oil-Rich Sovereign Funds

[Bloomberg] PJT's Taubman Sees Investors Exiting Hedge Funds in Market Rout

[FT] Music stops for buyers of Bank Coco debt

[FT] Currency turmoil casts doubt on forex pegs

[NYT/OpEd] The End of the Merkel Era

[Reuters] Kurdish forces said to take air base near Turkish border