Sunday, September 6, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China's Foreign Exchange Reserves Fall in August on Yuan Support

[Bloomberg] So How Long Can China Keep Up its Fragile New Exchange Rate?

[Bloomberg] Indonesian Rupiah Rout Swells Cost of $304 Billion Foreign Debt

[Reuters] China forex reserves in record fall as Beijing tries to calm markets

[CNBC] China stocks lead Asia lower in choppy trade

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Drop as Ambiguity on Fed Timing Hurts Stocks

[Bloomberg] Charting the Markets: China Respite Over

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Rebound From Weekly Drop as Glencore Leads Miners

[FT] US shale oil industry hit by $30bn outflows

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Swing With Chinese Shares After Holiday; Yen Drops

[Bloomberg] Lira Weakens to Record as Stocks Retreat After Deadly Attack

[Bloomberg] Korean Won Falls Below 1,200 a Dollar for First Time Since 2011

[Bloomberg] China's Banks Getting Less Strict on Bad Loans, Moody's Says

[Bloomberg] Indonesia Is More Exposed to Capital Flight Than Malaysia, Says S&P

[Reuters]  Greece considers U.S. request to close airspace to Russian aid flights

[WSJ] Germany Feels Backlash for Welcoming Migrants

[Bloomberg] Gulf Nations Expand Yemen War After Worst Troop Loss

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Head for Lowest Since 2012 Before China Markets Open

[Bloomberg] Japan Stocks Fall as U.S. Jobs Data Offers Little Rate Clarity

[Bloomberg] China's Turmoil Could be Just a Blip, If 1960s Japan Is a Guide

[NYT] Caijing Journalist’s Shaming Signals China’s Growing Control Over News Media

[Bloomberg] Draghi's QE Dispenses Unwanted Results to European Stock Buyers