Monday, October 19, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Fall After ECB Report Dims Prospects of More QE

[Reuters] Canada's Trudeau sweeps to victory, toppling Harper in election

[WSJ] Tech Startups Feel an IPO Chill

[Bloomberg] China State Steel Firm to Default After Government Said to Help

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Opposition to File Key Request to Impeach Rousseff

[WSJ] For Hedge Funds, a Can’t-Miss Trade Goes Bust

[Bloomberg] The Hottest Deal for Commodity Traders: Buying Their Own Bonds

[AP] Skeptics suggest China's slump deeper than acknowledged

[FT] US junk debt regains high-yield status

[Bloomberg] Leveraged Loan Investors Demand Steepest Discount Since 2011

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan: The Stock Market Still Has $90 Billion in Short Sales Left to Cover

[NYT] Brazil Pension Crisis Mounts as More Retire Earlier, Then Pass Benefits On

[Bloomberg] Worker’s Cancer Linked to Fukushima Blast for First Time

[FT] War of words escalates as German migration tensions intensify

[Reuters] Iran returns Saudi accusations of cross-border meddling

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Commodities Resume Selloff on China GDP, Stocks Little Changed

[Bloomberg] Fed's Williams Sees Reasons to Increase Rates Soon and Slowly

[Bloomberg] Illinois Cut by Fitch as Fiscal Crisis Worsens Without Budget

[FT] China’s capital outflows top $500bn

[Bloomberg] China Finds More Discreet Ways to Support the Yuan With Forwards