Monday, April 25, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Drop Before BOJ, Fed as Commodities Shares Retreat

[Bloomberg] Brazil Impeachment Countdown Begins as Senate Elects Committee

[CNBC] Used car prices are falling for the first time since 2008

[CNBC] China could slam door on Apple, says top global risk expert

[FT] China clamps down on commodities frenzy

[FT] China’s bond market is on edge

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Decline as Crude Oil Fluctuates, Dollar Weakens

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Fall to Lowest Level in Month as Materials Slump

[Reuters] Yen recovers, data shows outright swing against doll

[Bloomberg] Sales of New U.S. Homes Fall for a Third Month on Slump in West

[Bloomberg] It's Dangerous Out There in the Bond Market

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market ETF Inflows Top $11 Billion in 10-Week Streak

[Barron's] PBoC Asks Banks To Pare Back Lending: Caixin

[Reuters] China expected to see $538 billion capital exodus in 2016, IIF says

[Bloomberg] China's Provincial Growth Rates Are Splintering

[Bloomberg] China Metal Company Defaults on Bonds Amid Rising Credit Risks

[Bloomberg] China's Rate Swaps Rise to One-Year High as Stimulus Bets Fade

[Bloomberg] Shanghai CBRC to Halt Banks' Business With Six Property Agencies

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley Says China Commodity Jump Stuns World Markets

[Reuters] Yieldcos enabled SunEdison's debt-fueled acquisition spree

[Bloomberg] The Tokyo Whale Is Quietly Buying Up Huge Stakes in Japan Inc.

[MarketWatch] How the Fed ignored the constitution and played favorites during crisis