Monday, September 7, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China Just Killed the World's Biggest Stock-Index Futures Market

[Bloomberg] China's Yuan Shock Threatens Triple Whammy for Asian Exporters

[Bloomberg] Corporate-Bond Market Cranks Up as ADP, Home Depot Plan Deals

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Follow Gains in Global Equity Markets After Holiday

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Halt Two-Day Drop as China Rebounds; Rand Gains

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Rebound in Last Hour of Trading as Banks Advance

[Bloomberg] China's Stock-Rescue Tab Surges to $236 Billion, Goldman Says

[Bloomberg] Shanghai Composite Index Drops for Fifth Day as Exports Decline

[Bloomberg] China Calm Boosts Asia Stocks, Aussie as Yen Steady; Brent Gains

[Bloomberg] Yen Bulls Are Back: Morgan Stanley Ranks It Cheapest of All

[Reuters] China August Exports Fall 5.5 Percent, Better Than Forecasts, but Imports Disappoint

[NYT] China’s Export Data Shows Fresh Signs of Steepening Industrial Downturn

[Reuters] Global concerns may shrink Wall Street's third-quarter estimates

[WSJ] An Obscure Hedge Fund Is Buying Tens of Billions of Dollars of U.S. Treasurys

[WSJ] Cost of Skyscraper Glass Hits Dizzying Heights

[Bloomberg] Liar Loans Redux: They're Back and Sneaking Into AAA Rated Bonds

[Reuters] China party fears most a crisis over corruption, official says

[Bloomberg] China's Shandong to Buy Unsold Homes Amid Property Downturn

[Reuters] Greek banks' bad loans at around 45 percent: local paper

[Reuters] Bomb kills 13 Turkish police officers as jets strike PKK in Iraq

[AP] Turkish Forces Cross Into Iraq For Short-Term PKK Operation

[WSJ] Nationalism Gives Xi a Boost, but Comes With Risk

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise Before China Trade Data as Japan Shares Climb

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Tells Investors to Chill Out Over Chinese Contagion

[Bloomberg] Pine River, Segantii Hedge Funds Rise in August as Peers Tumble