Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Braskem Plunges After Report on Ties to Petrobras Scandal

[Forbes] The 'Fragile Five' Are Back And Brazil Leads The Pack

[Bloomberg] U.S. Oil-Storage Glut Expands for Ninth Straight Week

[Bloomberg] Oil Shock Leaves Gulf Arabs Ruing Missed Chance to End Addiction

[Bloomberg] Mexico Steps Up Peso Support to Stem Currency’s Slide

[FT] Dollar surge poses policy dilemma for Fed

[The Economist] China’s local government debt: Defusing a bomb

[NYT] Delight or Dread as Euro Falls

[WSJ] Germany Won’t Negotiate With Greece Over Compensation for Nazi Atrocities

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bond Trading Just Keeps Getting Worse as Treasury Prices Swing

[Reuters] Exclusive: China likely to ease again if inflation falls - central bank adviser

[Reuters] Russia says has right to deploy nuclear weapons in Crimea: report

[Bloomberg] Euro Racing Toward Record Quarterly Drop on Draghi’s Bond Buying

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Head for Longest Slump in Five Months on China

[Reuters] China January-February property sales post biggest fall in three years

[Bloomberg] Chinese Factory Data Shows Weakest Start in Six Years

[Bloomberg] ECB ‘Chasing Own Tail’ as Bond Rates Turn Negative, SocGen Says

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says ECB Action Can and Will Return Inflation to Goal

[Bloomberg] Dollar Gain Brings Pain in Shares Outside U.S.: Chart of the Day

[Bloomberg] Get Ready for Oil Deals: Shale Is Going on Sale

[Reuters] INSIGHT-US banks' buybacks, dividends may be no reason for shareholder celebrations

[Reuters] U.S. slaps sanctions on Ukrainian rebels, Russian bank