Monday, September 28, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Tumble Toward 3-Year Low as China Angst Fuels Rout

[Bloomberg] Glencore Fear Trade Grips Debt Market as Commodity Pain Spreads

[Bloomberg] Glencore's Trading `Black Box' Leaves Analysts Split on Future

[Bloomberg] Stocks Tumble as Glencore, Biotech Roil Markets; Bonds Advance

[Washington Post] Obama, Putin clash over Syria crisis at the United Nations

[Washington Post] Taliban storms into northern Afghan city in major blow for security forces

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Glencore is Having a Terrible Day, Credit Default Swap Edition

[Bloomberg] Brazil Real Drops as China Manufacturing Slump Adds to Pessimism

[Bloomberg] Mexico Extends Intervention After Currency Hits Record Low

[Bloomberg] Turkish Bonds Drop to Lowest Since 2009 as Risk Demand Wanes

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall for 5th Day as Biotech, Commodity Shares Slide

[Reuters] Glencore credit default swaps surge to record high above 700 bps

[Bloomberg] Glencore in Freefall as Analysts See Tougher Restructuring

[CNBC] Glencore tanks another 26%: Who's next?

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Decline After China Industrial Profits Slump

[Bloomberg] Yen Gains on Haven Demand as Stocks Slide in Asia and Europe

[FT] 'FX liquidity is getting worse' - Deutsche Bank

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Financing Los Angeles Mansions Starting at $115 Million

[WSJ] U.S. Bonds Flash Warning Sign

[WSJ] Investors Pull Back From Junk Bonds

[Reuters] China industrial profits suffer biggest drop since 2011 in Aug

[Bloomberg] China Industrial Profits Fall Most Since 2011 as Growth Ebbs

[Bloomberg] Another Chinese SOE Flirts With Default as Broker Calls It Early

[Bloomberg] U.S. Junk Bond Rout Pushes Yields Past 8% as Treasuries Gain