Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Yellen Signals Solid Economy Would Spur December Rate Hike

[Bloomberg] This Is the Worst U.S. Earnings Season Since 2009

[Bloomberg] UBS: Emerging Markets Are Entering 'a New and Dangerous Phase' in 2016

[Bloomberg] VW Emissions Crisis Spreads to More Cars

[Bloomberg] Chinese Home Buying in Australia Is Easing, Credit Suisse Says

[Bloomberg, Smith] China's Economy Is Worse Than You Think

[CNBC] Stanley Druckenmiller: Here's how Fed 'bubble' will end

[NYT] Stanley Druckenmiller Offers a Bearish Warning

[Bloomberg] It's Been a Rough Year for Analysts Forecasting Central-Bank Decisions

[Bloomberg] Asean Defense Chiefs Fail to Agree on Joint Declaration

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Barclays: Investors Are Way More Scared of China Than of Janet Yellen

[Bloomberg] Commodity Crash Is New Road Block for Clean Energy, Goldman Says

[Bloomberg] China's Big Development Plan Has Xi's Fingerprints All Over It

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Automakers See Another Blockbuster Month of Sales in the U.S.

[Bloomberg] Fed's Big Three Expected to Reinforce December as Liftoff Option

[Bloomberg] In This High-Yield Debt Revival, Only the Best Junk Need Apply

[Bloomberg] China's Money Exodus

[Bloomberg] Xi Says China Needs at Least 6.5% Growth in Next Five Years

[Reuters] Ackman's fund lost 7.3 percent in October, off 19 percent for year

[Bloomberg] Saudi PMI Falls to Record as Oil Weighs on Private Sector Growth

[Reuters] 'New Turkey' to bear Erdogan's stamp as crackdown on dissent steps up