Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China Has a $1.2 Trillion Ponzi Finance Problem

[Bloomberg] Dollar Tumbles, Emerging Assets Gain on Fed; U.S. Stocks Mixed

[Reuters] Soothing Fed sounds send global shares, emerging markets higher

[Dow Jones] ECB Minutes Signal More Stimulus Possible in December

[Dow Jones] China's Central Bank Cuts Rates for Its Standing Lending Facility

[Bloomberg] Iron Ore Bludgeoned to Record Low in Asia on China Steel Concern

[Bloomberg] Baltic Dry Ship Index Drops to Record as Iron Ore Growth Slumps

[Bloomberg] Petrobras's Dangerous Debt Math: $24 Billion Owed in 24 Months

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Inflation Surpasses 10% for First Time in 12 Years

[Bloomberg] Where Have All the Arbitrageurs Gone?

[Reuters] BOJ keeps monetary policy steady

[Reuters] China banks turn blind eye to soaring overdue loans

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley's China Bear Puts Zero Odds on 6% Economic Growth

[NYT] For Market Debut, Square Scales Back Valuation by $3 Billion

[BBC] Antibiotic resistance: World on cusp of 'post-antibiotic era'

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Fed Minutes Stress Potential for December Liftoff

[Bloomberg] OPEC Targets U.S. Shale, But Hits Canada Instead

[Bloomberg] CMBS Market Starts to Get `Frothy' as Valuations Rise, Voya Says

[Bloomberg] The Boys From the Bank of Brazil Race Petrobras Debt Clock

[Bloomberg] Schaeuble Says He'd Prefer Higher Euro-Area Rates

[Bloomberg] The New Dallas Fed President Has a Very Different View Than His Predecessor