Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Drop 3rd Day After China Data Deepens Growth Worry

[Bloomberg] Dollar Weakened by Dovish Fed Speakers as Commodity Peers Rally

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales Rise Less Than Forecast as Americans Save More

[Bloomberg] Wholesale Prices in U.S. Decline by Most Since Start of Year

[Bloomberg] Billionaire Singer Lauds Gold as Central Banks Aid Recovery

[Reuters] China September inflation cooler than expected, producer prices extend slump

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Fall for Second Day in Hong Kong on Inflation

[Bloomberg] Fortress, Bain Lead Hedge Funds Liquidating in Market Volatility

[Bloomberg] Germany Sells Notes at Sub-Zero Yields as Mizuho Eyes ECB Limits

[Bloomberg] The Next China Default Could Be Days Away as Steel Firms Suffer

[Reuters] U.S. shale oil output to fall by most on record in November: EIA

[Bloomberg] Oil Slide Means `Almost Everything' for Sale as Deals Accelerate

[Bloomberg] UBS Sees Sovereign Assets Shrinking by $1.2 Trillion

[Bloomberg] Goldman Said Struggling to Sell Concordia Debt Amid Pharma Rout

[NYT] As Some Hedge Funds Sink, the Challenge Buoys Others

[Washington Post,  Ignatius]  A cyclone brews over Saudi Arabia

[Bloomberg] Turkey Rebukes U.S. Envoy Over Support of Kurdish Group in Syria

[AP] Using Russia's Cover, Iran Begins Sending Fighters to Syria

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Revenue Falls on Trading, Profit Misses Estimates

[Bloomberg] VIX Charts Show How Unsettled the U.S. Stock Market Still Is

[Bloomberg] UBS: This is How Troubles in the Bond Market Could Impact Stocks