Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Gold Stages Comeback, Erasing 2015 Losses on View Fed Will Delay

[Bloomberg] One Chart That Shows how Central Bankers Are Failing to Generate Inflation All Around the World

[Dow Jones] Chinese Bank Lending in September Hits Record High

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] Fed Doubts Grow on 2015 Rate Hike

[Bloomberg] Corporate America's Epic Debt Binge Leaves $119 Billion Hangover

[Bloomberg] Goldman Misses Estimates on Bigger Trading Drop Than Rivals

[WSJ] U.S. Has Sold Over $1 Trillion of 0%-Interest Treasury Bills

[CNBC] Surprising Fed paper drops a dovish bombshell

[Bloomberg] World's Biggest Leveraged ETF Halts Orders on Liquidity Concern

[Bloomberg] Is Xi's Economy More Distorted Than Mao's? Goldman's Ha Says Yes

[Reuters] China approves 218 projects worth $285 billion in January-September

[Reuters] China Overtakes U.S. in Number of Billionaires-Report

[NYT] Companies Eyeing Public Offerings Reckon With Inhospitable Market

[Bloomberg] Latest Symptom of Brazil's Misery: Once-Great IPO Market Is Dead

[Reuters] ECB Nowotny says new measures needed to boost inflation

[Reuters] US, Australia rebuff China over South China Sea

[Reuters] Sailing in South China Sea not provocative, U.S. says

[UK Guardian] Chinese media: military must be ready to counter US in South China Sea

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Wal-Mart Tumbles Most in 15 Years After Predicting Profit Slump

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slide Amid Wal-Mart Profit Outlook, JPMorgan Results

[Bloomberg] Illinois Will Delay Pension Payment Because of Cash Shortage

[WSJ] Puerto Rico, Treasury in Talks to Restructure Island’s Debt

[WSJ] Weak Pricing, Pulled Deals: IPOs in 2015

[SCMP] New world order: Xi bent on securing bigger role for China in global affairs, analysts say