Monday, September 21, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Retreat Amid Global Slump in Auto, Commodity Shares

[Bloomberg] Stocks Dragged Down by Commodities, Carmakers as Treasuries Jump

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Slide as Carmakers Head for Biggest Drop Since '11

[Bloomberg] Brazilian Real Drops to Record Low Against U.S. Dollar

[Reuters] Oil prices fall on uncertain global outlook

[Bloomberg] Glencore Falls to Record as Mining Shares Lead Stock Losses

[Bloomberg] VW Says 11 Million Cars Affected Globally as Scandal Widens

[WSJ] The New Bond Market: Debt Investors Wary as Offerings Fuel Buybacks

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise With Yen Amid Fed Confusion, While Oil Slides

[Bloomberg] Volatility Sets In for Currencies as Fed Leaves Traders Hanging

[Bloomberg] Lew Says China Should Roll Out Fiscal Stimulus to Buoy Consumers

[Bloomberg] China Investors Shun World's Wildest Stocks as Trading Dries Up

[AP] Bank of Spain warns Catalonia secession would mean euro exit

[Reuters] Malaysia PM involved in U.S. corruption inquiry: New York Times

[NYT] Malaysia’s Leader, Najib Razak, Faces U.S. Corruption Inquiry

[Bloomberg] The Surprisingly Big Market for Sand Just Collapsed

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Stocks Lead Losses in Americas Amid Recession Outlook

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Real Near 4.00 per Dollar Again Confronts a Vicious Cycle

[Bloomberg] Fed’s Lockhart Favors Interest-Rate Liftoff Later This Year

[Reuters] China Rate Cuts Bypass Business Heart of Economy

[Reuters] Hedge Fund Exit Requests Rise in September-Data