Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China Just Revamped its Stimulus Playbook in a Bid to Boost Growth

[Bloomberg] Greek Bank Stocks Are Getting Crushed for the Third Straight Day

[Bloomberg] Commodities Are Crashing Like It's 2008 All Over Again

[Bloomberg] Trade Gap Widened in June, Showing Effect of Strong U.S. Dollar

[Bloomberg] ADP Says Companies in U.S. Took on 185,000 Workers in July

[Reuters] Fed not yet decided whether to hike rates in September: Powell

[NYT] Puerto Rico Has Another Debt Worry on Horizon

[Reuters] IMF staff urges no rush to add China yuan to currency basket

[UK Guardian] Greece needs wide debt relief to avoid permanent depression, think tank warns

[FT] Will US equities follow junk bonds down?

[WSJ] J.P. Morgan Loosens Terms for Jumbo Mortgages

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Apple's momentum 'meltdown' bites investors

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Debt Crisis: A Bond Guide as Potential Defaults Loom

[Dow Jones] IMF Raises Concerns About Yuan as Reserve Currency

[Reuters] Fed's Lockhart says ready to support September rate hike - WSJ

[CNBC] Short seller who called financial crisis sees calamity ahead

[Bloomberg] The Oil Crash Has Caused a $1.3 Trillion Wipeout

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bank Shares Lead European Stock Drop as Greece Falls for 2nd Day

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Debt-Crisis Grows as Payments Halt, Agency Defaults

[Bloomberg] China central bank vows to stabilize market expectations

[Reuters] China stock exchanges step up crackdown on short-selling

[Bloomberg] Fed’s Limited-Time Offer in Money Markets May Be Hard to Cut Off

[Bloomberg] China Dethroned as World’s Most Liquid Stock Market After Curbs

[WSJ] China’s Response to Stock Rout Exposes Regulatory Disarray

[Bloomberg] Russia Seen Turning to Crisis Playbook to Prevent Ruble Rout

[WSJ] Regulators Question High-Speed Trading in Treasurys

[Reuters] Southeast Asian nations back halt to land reclamation in South China Sea