Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Most Asian Index Futures Fall as Crude Nurses Slump Before Fed

[Reuters] Drugmaker Valeant faces debt default risk; shares plunge 50 percent

[Reuters] Oil ends down 2 percent on technical pressure, stockpiles worry

[Bloomberg] U.S. Oil Companies Cut 100,000 Jobs to Survive Slump

[Reuters] Brazil's ex-President Lula to accept cabinet post: presidency source

[Bloomberg] Putin's Hand Grows Stronger as Right-Wing Parties Advance in Europe

[Bloomberg] Argentina Coast Guard Sinks Chinese Vessel for Illegal Fishing

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Fall, Yen Jumps as Commodity Prices Slide 2nd Day

[Reuters] Oil prices fall as clouds gather over supply picture

[Reuters] Futures slip after BOJ comments; Fed in focus

[Bloomberg] Bank of Japan Holds Fire on Stimulus, Negative Rate Unchanged

[Bloomberg] Yen Gains After Bank of Japan Holds Pat on Negative Rate Policy

[Bloomberg] Portugal Leads Slide in Bonds of Europe's Lower-Rated Countries

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Pain Brings Malaise Worse Than '08 for Crowded Stocks

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales in U.S. Decline After January Revised Down

[Bloomberg] Subprime Auto Bond Delinquencies Highest in 20 Years, Says Fitch

[Bloomberg] Lenders Are Getting Choosier When It Comes to Risky Real Estate Deals

[Bloomberg] China Tobin Tax Riles Analysts as Citi Warns of Foreign Exodus

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Declines as China Seen Planning Currency Trade Tax

[Bloomberg] China Drafts Rules for Tobin Tax on Currency Transactions

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Drop With Stocks on Renewed Fed Rate Concern

[Bloomberg] Stanley Fischer and Lael Brainard Are Battling for Yellen’s Soul

[Reuters] Brazil's largest party closer to backing impeachment after protests

[Reuters] Brazil's Lula likely to take cabinet position - source

[Bloomberg] Merkel Allies Balk at Visa Waivers for Turkey as EU Summit Looms

[WSJ] Iran Warns of Possible ‘Armageddon’ if Syria Can’t Be Held Together

[Reuters] Clashes spread to new areas of southeast Turkey after bombing