Sunday, October 11, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Slips its Hold on $50 as OPEC Output Climbs to a 3-Year High

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Decline, Ending Best Winning Streak Since July

[Bloomberg] Turkish Lira Slips Most in Five Weeks After Deadly Ankara Blasts

[CNBC] Market turmoil taking toll on once-invincible IPO market

[Bloomberg] China Sausage Maker Says May Miss Bond Payment as Defaults Mount

[Reuters] Fed should not raise interest rates just yet: China FinMin

[NYT] Bankers Grapple With How to Help Emerging Markets

[NYT] Renewable Energy Financing Hits a Snag

[FT] Bond predators humbled by distressed bets

[Bloomberg] Petrobras Isn't Only State-Run Company Unloved by Bond Traders

[Bloomberg] It's Glencore Versus Goldman in Metals as Miners Cut Production

[Reuters] Kuwait sovereign fund may sell assets to cover deficit - report

[WSJ] Cyberwar Ignites a New Arms Race

[Reuters] Islamic State is prime suspect in Turkey bombing, as protests erupt

[Washington Post] Did U.S. weapons supplied to Syrian rebels draw Russia into the conflict?

[WSJ] Meanwhile, Putin Is Also Arming Iran

[WSJ] U.S. Patrols to Test China’s Pledge on South China Sea Islands

Sunday's News Links

[MarketWatch] Fed officials seem ready to deploy negative rates in next crisis

[Reuters] Central bank cavalry can no longer save the world

[Bloomberg] U.K.'s EU-Exit Battle Lines Harden With Renegotiation in Sight

[Der Spiegel] Merkel Under Fire: German Conservatives Deeply Split over Refugees