Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Join Global Relief Rally

[Bloomberg] China Intervened Today to Shore Up Stocks Ahead of Military Parade

[Bloomberg] China Sells U.S. Treasuries to Support Yuan

[Bloomberg] China Brings Back High-Risk Debt Structures to Increase Leverage

[Bloomberg] China's Central Bank Intensifies Assault on Financing Costs With Cash Injections

[Reuters] Don't Blame Yuan Devaluation for Global Market Rout-China Central Bank Official

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Says Bank of Japan Can Still Achieve Inflation Target

[Bloomberg] Petrobras Taps Brazil Bond Market as Dollar Borrowing Costs Soar

[Bloomberg] From Manhattan to Detroit, Dollar’s Rally Spreads Economic Pain

[Reuters] Exporters run for high ground as China growth story unravels

[Bloomberg] Oil Industry Needs Half a Trillion Dollars to Endure Price Slump

[Bloomberg, Pesek] China's Central Bank Won't Do Beijing's Dirty Work

[Bloomberg] Russia Says It Won’t Participate in Ukraine Restructuring

[Bloomberg] Forget Templeton, Ukraine Still Has Putin’s Bond to Contend With

[Reuters] Seven Ukraine servicemen killed, 13 wounded: Ukraine military

[Reuters] China denies rushing forces to border during Korean tensions

[Reuters] Kremlin pivot to China slowed as projects delayed

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] The U.S. Is Short on Options to Confront Next Crisis

[Bloomberg] Goldman Distressed-Debt Traders Ensnared in Market Turmoil

[WSJ] Hedge Funds Bruised by Stocks’ Meltdown

[WSJ] Emerging-Market Currency Risk Shifts to Lenders

[Bloomberg] Venezuela Is Adding More Zeroes to Its Currency to Deal With Hyperinflation

[WSJ] Margin Calls Bite Investors, Banks

[FT] China’s push-me-pull-you policies leave the world reeling

[NYT] A Key Federal Reserve Official Sees September Rate Increase as Less Likely

[FT] Young Kurds take up arms as clashes increase in south-east Turkey