Thursday, September 24, 2015

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Yellen Says Fed Still Expects to Increase Interest Rates in 2015

[Bloomberg] In Brazil's Market Meltdown, a Wave of Panic -- Then Silence

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico's Biggest Hedge Fund Creditor Group Said to Disband

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Caterpillar Cuts Jobs, Sales Forecast as Mining Slump Bites

[Bloomberg] Markets in Disarray Await Yellen as Emerging Stocks Drop

[Bloomberg] U.S. Index Futures Drop Before Data With S&P 500 Near 3-Week Low

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Fall as BMW Emissions Report Drags Automakers Down

[Bloomberg] VW Scandal Threatens to Ensnare BMW as EU Urges Wider Probe

[Bloomberg] Japan Stocks Slide After Three-Day Holiday as Carmakers Decline

[Bloomberg] Glencore Drops After Goldman Sachs Cuts Miner's Target Price

[Bloomberg] Taiwan Cuts Rate for First Time Since 2009 as Exports Falter

[Bloomberg] Norway Cuts Rates to Record Low to Save Economy From Oil Slump

[FT] Risk parity strategy seeks new approach

[FT] EM debt sale plans revived as Fed holds

[WSJ] Energy Lending Caught in a Squeeze

[WSJ] The New Bond Market: Algorithms Trump Humans

[WSJ] Debt Relief for Students Snarls Market for Their Loans

[Bloomberg] China Is Sitting on an Ocean of Diesel Fuel

[Reuters] China consumers tighten belts, a red flag for the global economy

[NYT] After Volkswagen Revelation, Auto Emissions Tests Come Under Global Scrutiny

[Bloomberg] Greek Banks Said to Face Recapitalization at High End of Target

[NYT] A Big Bet That China’s Currency Will Devalue Further