Sunday, February 14, 2016

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China’s Stocks Tumble as Markets Reopen After Week-Long Holiday

[Bloomberg] China’s Exports Drop in January as Challenges Flow into New Year

[Bloomberg] Yuan Rises Most Since 2005 as PBOC Voices Support, Raises Fixing

[Bloomberg] Japan Leads Asian Stock Rebound as Yen, Gold Fall; Oil Near $29

[Bloomberg] Oil Resumes Drop as Iran Loads Post-Sanctions Cargo to Europe

[Bloomberg] Yen Holds Retreat With Asian Stocks Outside China Set to Rebound

[Bloomberg] Dollar Fragile to China Return as Hedge Funds Sour on Greenback

[Bloomberg] Japan Fourth-Quarter GDP Fell Annualized 1.4%

[Bloomberg] Five Countries Being Squeezed by Currency Pegs

[FT] Market turmoil causes sharp losses at US hedge funds

[NYT] Severe Contraction and Falling Prices in Japan Signal Tough Test for Abenomics

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Currency Dilemma Looms for PBOC After Holiday

[Bloomberg] PBOC's Zhou Breaks His Long Silence

[Reuters] Fed's "dot plot" looks increasingly out of touch on rates

[CNBC/FT] PBoC governor downplays forex fears

[Bloomberg] Qatar Stocks Lead Mideast Advance After Best Oil Rally Since '08

[Bloomberg] Saudi Arabia Said to Ease Rules on Bank Loans to Boost Liquidity

[Bloomberg View] Europe's Convinced U.S. Won't Solve Its Problems

[Reuters] Obama to Russia's Putin: cease air campaign on moderate Syrian opposition - White House

[Bloomberg] Saudi Arabia Moves Jets to Turkey, Offers Troops to Fight IS

[Reuters] Turkey shells Syrian Kurds, Russia says will keep bombing anti-Assad rebels

[UK Guardian] Syria: Turkey and Saudi Arabia consider ground campaign following border strikes