Monday, August 17, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Brazil Former President Urges Rousseff to Resign or Fix Crisis

[Bloomberg] Chilean Peso Drops to 12-Year Low as Copper Declines on China

[Bloomberg] It's Like 2009 for Some Asset-Backed Securities Rattled by the Fed

[Bloomberg] Claren Road Clients Asked to Pull $1.97 Billion After Losses

[Bloomberg] Carlyle's Sequa Said to Burn Through 44% of Cash; Loans Plunge

[Bloomberg] China Reserves Seen Dropping $40 Billion a Month on Yuan Support

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Ibovespa Joins Emerging-Market Selloff as Real’s Swings Increase

[Reuters] New York state factory activity tumbles to lowest since 2009: NY Fed

[Bloomberg] Commodity Slide Spurs Treasuries as Emerging Markets Extend Drop

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Decline After U.S. Empire State Factory Index

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Extend Longest Selloff Since Turn of Century

[Bloomberg] Lira Slide Deepens as Turkish Minister Rebuffs Need to Intervene

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Sink as Currency to Economy Concerns Spur Outlows

[Bloomberg] Ringgit Extends Emerging-Currency Slump With Oil as Yuan Steady

[CNBC] CNBC Survey: Oil prices seen below breakeven for frackers

[FT] Bonds signal trouble ahead as equities keep calm

[Reuters] IMF involvement in Greece bailout indispensable: German Finance Minister

[Washington Post] Greek government seen calling confidence vote

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley's Fragile Five Swells to Troubled 10 in Selloff

[FT] Currency war heating up for yen and euro

[WSJ] China’s Woes Echo in U.S. Earnings

[WSJ] A Global Recession May Be Brewing in China

[Reuters] China leaves back door ajar in municipal bond market

[Politico] Turkey risks relapse into ’90s violence

[Reuters] Russia says Ukraine preparing new offensive against separatists

[Reuters] Civilians, soldiers die in east Ukraine fighting, Putin in Crimea