Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Draghi Unveils Revamped QE Program as ECB Cuts Economic Outlook

[Bloomberg] Euro Drops With More ECB Stimulus Possible Amid Downside Risks

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Bonds Advance as ECB Increases QE Asset-Buying Limit

[CNBC/FT] ‘Risk parity’ shares blame for market ructions, says Omega

[WSJ] Wall Street Sales Squads Sit Out Summer

[WSJ] Giant U.S. Pension Fund Calstrs to Propose Shift Away From Stocks, Bonds

[Bloomberg] Korea Reserves Fall for Second Month in Sign of Won Intervention

[FT] EM dollar bond issuers engage in corporate ‘carry trade’

[Reuters] China to put on huge show of force for World War Two anniversary

[Reuters] IMF staff warn G20 of increasing downside economic growth risks

[Bloomberg] China’s Searching for Stock Market Scapegoats

[WSJ] Foreign Firms Feel China’s Chill

[CNBC] Jack Lew: We're going to hold China accountable on currency

[Bloomberg] Almost Half of Homes in New York and D.C. Are Now Losing Value

[Bloomberg] Foreigners Flee Japan Stocks at Fastest Pace Since at Least 2004

[Bloomberg] Yuan Effect Chokes Egypt as Trades Signal Pound Peg Too High

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Investors Withdraw Most From U.S. Mutual Funds Since June 2013

[NYT] Ackman's Pershing Square Hedge Fund Drops 9.2 Percent in August

[Bloomberg] Vantage Bonds Plunge as Petrobras Cancels Deal Amid Bribe Probe

[WSJ] Five Chinese Navy Ships Are Operating in Bering Sea Off Alaska Coast