Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip From 6-Week High as Recent Rally Leaders Falter

[Reuters] U.S. banks to cut credit lines for energy firms -JP Morgan

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Trading Revenue Drops 20% This Year in Global Rout

[Reuters] Former JPMorgan trader says 'London Whale' debacle not his fault

[Bloomberg] Key Takeaways From a Brutal Year for Hedge Funds

[Reuters] China 'changing operational landscape' for East Asia dominance -US commander

[Bloomberg] U.S. Must Deploy Anti-Ship Missile Soon in Asia, Admiral Says

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall as Yen Gains With Gold on China Yuan Fixing

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Retreat on China Concerns as Oil Resumes Slide

[Bloomberg] Yen Climbs as China's Yuan Fix Surprises Market, Spurs Haven Bid

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Hints at Shift in Thinking on Power of Monetary Policy

[Reuters] BoE's Carney says "considerable room" for further stimulus if needed

[Bloomberg] If Sterling Goes Down on `Brexit,' It's Taking the Euro With It

[Bloomberg] Goldman: Hedge Funds' Most Loved Stocks Are Struggling

[Bloomberg] More Subprime Borrowers Are Falling Behind on Their Auto Loans

[Bloomberg] Consumer Confidence in U.S. Sank More Than Forecast in February

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Increase at Steady Pace

[Bloomberg] Trudeau Drops Campaign Promises and Goes All In With Deficits

[FT] Emerging market bonds hit as foreign investors dump debt

[Reuters] Brazil police target Rousseff campaign chief in corruption probe

[Bloomberg] China's Island Radar Bigger Threat Than Missiles, CSIS Says