Monday, November 16, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Rising U.S consumer prices further support rate hike views

[Bloomberg] Commodities Rout Weighs on U.S. Stocks as Bonds Fall on Fed Bets

[Bloomberg] Oil Approaching $40 Deepens Investor Pessimism on Recovery

[Reuters] Asia stocks surge after Wall St. takes Paris attacks in stride

[Bloomberg] China's Yunnan Coal Becomes Latest Miner to Struggle With Debts

[Bloomberg] Copper Reaches Six-Year Low as All Efforts to Revive Metals Fail

[Bloomberg] What Wall Street's Return to Central Banking May Mean for Policy

[Bloomberg] Druckenmiller Among Top Managers Cutting U.S. Stocks

[Bloomberg] Central Bankers Can Stop Whining Now

[Reuters] Struggling U.S. oil producers get credit lifeline amid downturn

[Reuters] Four euro zone countries risk breaking EU rules with 2016 budgets

[Reuters] China says has been restrained in South China Sea, could have taken back other islands

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Steel Is the Poster Child For Oversupplied Commodity Markets, and It's in Shambles

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Buyers Said Seeking Bounty to Fund Carlyle Deal

[Bloomberg] China Uses Old Playbook to Challenge World in Higher Technology

[Bloomberg] BNDES Offers to Buy Back Dollar Bonds at Discount to Face Value

[Bloomberg] Billionaire Pickens Energy Fund Loses Half Its Value in Downturn

[Bloomberg] China, Brazil Are Left Out of M&A Boom That's Sweeping the Globe

[NYT] The Fallout From Attacks Is Measured in More Than Stock Markets