Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Stocks Fall Before Fed Minutes as Ruble Climbs

[Bloomberg] Here Are the Most Important Things to Look for in the Fed Minutes

[Bloomberg] Carlyle's Unwanted Debt Exposes Growing Problem on Wall Street

[Bloomberg] China's Economy Faces Considerable Downward Pressure, Xi Says

[Bloomberg] Yuan Declines to Eight-Week Low After Calls for Faster Reform

[Reuters] China tightens offshore yuan market to slow outflows, rates rise

[Bloomberg] Treasury Yield Premium Over G-7 Peers Widens to Most Since 2007

[NYT] Large Banks Postpone Debt Sale as Investor Appetite for Riskier Loans Wanes

[Bloomberg] BlackRock Winding Down Global Macro Hedge Fund After Redemptions

[WSJ] China’s Economy Shows Further Signs of Fragility

[WSJ] U.S., China Intensify Trade Competition on APEC Stage

[Bloomberg] China's Steel Industry Peers Into Abyss as Output to Plunge

[CNBC] Expect a market meltdown before the 2016 election: Stockman

[Reuters] Obama says China must stop land reclamation in South China Sea

[Der Spiegel] Taking Terror Abroad: The Islamic State's New Strategy

[Washington Post] The long war against Islamist extremism has become more complicated than ever

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China Home-Price Recovery Slows in October Amid Supply Glut

[Bloomberg] Veritas's $5.5 Billion Debt Funding Carlyle LBO Said Pulled

[Bloomberg] Fear Spreads as China's Finance Firms Face Arrests

[Bloomberg] China's Holdings of U.S. Treasuries Drop to Seven-Month Low

[Bloomberg] LinkedIn’s Hoffman: Half of Tech ‘Unicorns’ May Not Succeed

[Bloomberg] El Nino Is Causing California Power Prices to Spike