Monday, March 14, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Drop Before BOJ Decision as Material Shares Retreat

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Strategists Downgrade Equities Citing Lack of Central Bank Bullets

[Bloomberg] India's Ugly Bad-Loans Situation Is About to Get Even Worse

[Bloomberg] China Party Faithful Warned to Toe Line as Xi Nears Key Juncture

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rally Winning Fans as Central Banks Lift Credit, Bonds

[Bloomberg] There's Only One Buyer Keeping S&P 500's Bull Market Alive

[Bloomberg] More Trouble in Bonds Backed by Peer-to-Peer Loans

[Bloomberg] The Stocks Hedge Funds Hate Are Performing Better Than Those They Love

[FT] Fears rise over US car loan delinquencies

[Reuters] Fed to sit tight on rates at March meet, hint at hikes to come

[Reuters] Bank of Japan scrambles to find positives in negative rates

[Reuters] China's 'easy' home financing could raise property bubble risk

[FT] China to crack down on P2P lenders

[Forbes] Chinese Bid For Starwood Hotels & Resorts Rekindles Memories Of Japan's 1980s Merger Mania

[Bloomberg] China Burns Hedge Funds as $562 Million Yuan Bet Turns Worthless

[Bloomberg] Germans Turn to Trump-Style Politics in Challenge to Merkel

[NYT] Labor Protests Multiply in China as Economy Slows, Worrying Leaders

[Bloomberg] Millions Join Brazil Impeachment Chorus in Threat to Rousseff

[Washington Post] Turkish warplanes strike Kurdish militant bases after deadly Ankara attack