Sunday, October 18, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Are Little Changed as Lenders Erase Advances

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley Misses Estimates on Drop in Bond Trading Revenue

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley CFO Says Private-Equity Loss Mostly Tied to China

[Bloomberg] China's New Economy Won't Pack the Same Punch for Global Growth

[Bloomberg] China’s GDP Growth Beats Forecasts as Stimulus Supports Spending

[Reuters] China Sept power output falls 3.1 pct on yr -stats bureau

[WSJ] China Economic Growth Falls Below 7% for First Time Since 2009

[Bloomberg] The Great Ball of China Money Rolls into Bonds

[Bloomberg] Canadians Head to Polls With Trudeau Poised to Oust Harper

[Bloomberg] Saudi Arabia Said to Delay Contractor Payments as Oil Slumps

[Bloomberg] Radicals Gaining Ground in Catalonia Send Warning to Bond Market

[Bloomberg] Putin Officials Said to Admit Real Syrian Goals Are Far Broader

[NYT] Cybersecurity Firm Says Chinese Hackers Keep Attacking U.S. Companies

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Slip Amid Jitters Before China Data; Euro Advances

[Bloomberg] Oil Holds Gains Near $47 as U.S. Rig Count Drops to 5-Year Low

[Bloomberg] China's Selling Tons of U.S. Debt. Americans Couldn't Care Less.

[FT] Investors voice concern on China’s forex reserves

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China Ponders Weapon Deemed Too Risky Post 2008 to Cut Bad Loans

[Bloomberg] Saudi Arabian Stocks Lead Most Arab Markets Higher as Oil Rises

[WSJ] Big Banks to America’s Firms: We Don’t Want Your Cash

[Reuters] China's Premier Li calls for ongoing financial reform, as economy slows

[FT] Dwindling demand forces China’s manufacturing price cuts

[Fox] 'Tensions are heightened': Germany struggles amid tide of Middle East refugees