Monday, April 11, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street closes lower as investors ready for earnings

[Bloomberg] Pressure on Kuroda Spurs Talk of More Bonds and Helicopter Money

[Bloomberg] Negative Rates Failed to Boost Japanese Bank Lending in March

[Reuters] Brazil's Temer urges unity government; impeachment ruling looms

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Pare Gains as Dollar Tumbles, Treasuries Trim Slide

[Bloomberg] Dollar Falls to 9-Month Low as Traders Look for Yield Overseas

[Reuters] Rate outlook helps gold to highest in almost three weeks

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Rise Led by Italian Banks; Emerging Markets Gain

[Bloomberg] UBS Says Junk-Debt Bubble Just an Economic Slowdown From Popping

[CNBC] Expect more financial engineering in earnings: S&P

[Reuters] U.S. shale oil firms feel credit squeeze as banks grow cautious

[Bloomberg] Chesapeake Pledges Assets to Preserve $4 Billion Bank Line

[Bloomberg] New Derivatives Era Keeps Dollar Swap Spreads Negative: Analysis

[FT] Active asset managers knocked by shift to passive strategies

[Bloomberg] China Consumer Inflation Pick Up Continues in March on Food Prices

[Bloomberg] Brazil Deploying Troops and Barricades Before Impeachment Votes

[Reuters] ECB seeks to mollify Germany after uproar over 'helicopter money'

[WSJ] Russia’s Most Important Bank Needs a Bailout

[Bloomberg] New Zealand to Review Foreign Trusts in Wake of Panama Papers

[FT] Germany blames Mario Draghi for rise of rightwing AfD party