Monday, October 26, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Strength Returns as Central Bank Meetings Spur Risk Aversion

[Bloomberg] Energy Prices Retreat With Global Stocks Ahead of Fed Meeting

[Bloomberg] Brazil Real Falls for Second Day on Renewed Concern Levy Leaving

[Bloomberg] Ruble Has Worst Day in Eight Weeks as Tax-Payment Season Ends

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan's Advice to Currency Traders: Keep Calm and Carry on Briefly

[Bloomberg] August Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Appreciate at Faster Pace

[Bloomberg] Orders for Business Equipment in U.S. Unexpectedly Decline

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] The Fed Strives for a Clear Signal on Interest Rates

[Reuters] With global outlook weak, many U.S. companies tighten belts

[Bloomberg] Inside the Secretive Circle That Rules a $14 Trillion Market

[USAT] Survey: Millennials around the world worry most about economic inequality

[WSJ] In China’s Alleyways, Underground Banks Move Money

[Bloomberg] China's Top Graft Buster Turns Sights on Financial Industry

[Reuters] Insight - Turkey is looking more and more like its troubled neighbours

[Reuters] China army says West trying to 'falsify' Communist Party history

[Reuters] Angry China says shadowed U.S. warship near man-made islands in disputed sea

[Washington Post] China says U.S. naval destroyer sailing close to Chinese-built island damages peace and stability

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Slip From Two-Month High as Investors Await Fed, BOJ

[Bloomberg] The Most Important Developments Since the Fed Met in September

[Bloomberg] Natural Gas Plunges to Lowest Since April 2012 on Mild Weather

[CNN] U.S. destroyer to pass islands in South China Sea within 24 hours

[FT] US to challenge China with Spratly Islands operation