Sunday, November 15, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Fall to Six-Week Low on Paris Attacks; Won Drops

[Bloomberg] OPEC Export Price Falls Below $40 for First Time Since 2009

[Bloomberg] Lending by China's Biggest Banks Falls for First Time Since '09

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Rise on Suspected State Buying After Margin Curbs

[Bloomberg] Debt Market Distortions Go Global as Nothing Makes Sense Anymore

[Bloomberg] Event-Driven Hedge Funds Are The `Worst Disappointment,' Says K2

[Reuters] Reactions - Japan back in recession

[Reuters] Wary of capital outflows, Japan urges China to go slow on yuan reform

[Washington Post, Samuelson] Why Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac survived

[Bloomberg] Japan Business Investment in Weakest Patch Since 2011 Earthquake

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stock futures extend Friday losses in the wake of Paris attacks

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Decline as Markets Open Following Paris Attacks

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Fall for Third Day as Officials Target Margin Debt

[Bloomberg] Japan Enters Recession as Economy Contracts in the Third Quarter

[Bloomberg] Investors Flee Precious Metals as ETF Outflows Top $1 Billion

[Bloomberg] China's Copper Imports Face Unprecedented Drop on Slowdown

[Reuters] DoubleLine's Gundlach: Fed hike 'no-go more likely than most people think'

[Bloomberg] Putin Goes From G-20 Pariah to Player With Obama Talk in Turkey

[Bloomberg] Merkel Warns Against Drawing Innocent Refugees Into Terror Fight

[Bloomberg] Europe's Walls Go Up, Shaping Politics After Paris Mass Murders

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dubai Stocks Slump Most Since August as Mideast Markets Recoil

[Bloomberg] G-20 Economy Takes Back Seat to Terror as Paris Looms Over Talks

[Bloomberg] End of ‘Too-Big-to-Fail’ Banking Era Endorsed by World Leaders

[Reuters] Bavarian allies pressure Merkel to reverse refugee policy