Thursday, November 12, 2015

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Set for Second Weekly Drop as Inventories Climb to Record

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Rout Worsens as China Lending Signals Slowdown

[Bloomberg] Sales Rise Less Than Forecast as Americans Save Gas Money

[Bloomberg] Wholesale Prices in U.S. Unexpectedly Fall for Second Month

[Bloomberg] Mind the Gap as Currency Markets Shrivel for All But Biggest Few

[Bloomberg] Money Managers Are Stuffed With Corporate Bonds

[Bloomberg] IEA Says Record 3 Billion-Barrel Oil Stocks May Deepen Rout

[Reuters] U.S. bond funds post biggest outflows since September on rate-hike fear: Lipper

[Bloomberg] Yuan IMF Reserve Nod Either Worth $1 Trillion or Just Symbolic

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Drop Most in Six Weeks in Hong Kong on Economy

[Bloomberg] China's Troubled Credit Swells to Sweden-Sized $628 Billion

[Der Spiegel] Bye Bye Merkel Doctrine: German Foreign Policy Shifts Focus to Refugees

[Bloomberg] China Spooks Neighbors in South China Sea With Lighthouses

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Futures Show Stocks to Fall Amid Oil Slump, Fed Commentary

[Bloomberg] Fed's Fischer Says Waiting to Raise Helped Offset Dollar Harm

[Bloomberg] Big Corporate-Bond Trades Wane as Liquidity Ebbs, Says Barclays

[NYT] Several Fed Officials Say They Are Ready to Raise Rates

[Reuters] U.S. bombers flew near China-built island in South China Sea: Pentagon