Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Commodities Rout Resumes as Dollar Gains; U.S. Stocks Retreat

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Is Running Out of Options

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Drop Most in Week as Technology Companies Slump

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Currencies Retreat Amid Fed Countdown Jitters

[Bloomberg] Glencore Shares Drop Below a Pound for First Time in a Month

[Bloomberg] China Credit Growth Falls as Tepid Economy Dents Loan Demand

[Bloomberg] Five Strange Things That Have Been Happening in Financial Markets

[Bloomberg] Junk Deals Derailed as High-Yield Muni Funds Pull in Less Cash

[Bloomberg] OPEC Says Oil-Inventory Surplus Is Biggest in at Least a Decade

[Bloomberg] Greece Comes to a Standstill as Unions Turn Against Tsipras

[Bloomberg] Credit Suisse: Here Are The Two Biggest Threats to The Global Economy in 2016

[Bloomberg] China Investors Prefer Safer Bonds After Shanshui Cement Default

[Bloomberg] China Speeds Up Fiscal Spending in October to Support Growth

[MarketWatch] Silicon Valley ‘shack’ in Palo Alto lists for nearly $2 million

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Tower Goes for $1.6 Billion, Twice Previous Record

[Bloomberg] Russia's Oil Rivalry With Saudis Masks the Bigger Iranian Threat

[FT] Schäuble warns of refugee ‘avalanche’ in dig at Merkel

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Borrowers Face Crunch as Fed Supercharges Dollar Funding Costs

Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Trade Little Changed; Yen Weighs on Japan Exporters

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Likely to Default on Some GDB Debt, Moody's Says

[Reuters] Court move deepens Spanish standoff over Catalan secession

[Bloomberg] Negative Interest Rates the New Normal Next Time Economies Slump