Thursday, November 19, 2015

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Rise With Asian Shares as Zinc, Ringgit Advance

[Bloomberg] Draghi Echoing 2012 Pledge Pushes Short Yields to Record Lows

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says ECB Will Do What It Must to Spur Price Gains

[Bloomberg] ECB Path to More Easing Littered With Potholes, Analysts Say

[CNBC] Citi's Buiter: 'Inconsistent' Fed will never reach normal

[Bloomberg] Bond ETF Withdrawals Surge as Investors Brace for Higher Rates

[Reuters] Number of $5 billion-plus takeover deals hits record

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Regulators Said to Step Up Leveraged-Loan Focus

[FT] China police swoop over $125bn in illegal cash transfers

Bloomberg] China Cracks $64 Billion `Underground Bank' Moving Money Abroad

[Bloomberg] China Coal Miner Gets Government Bailout Before Bonds Mature

[Reuters] Cracks appear in China's gold leasing trade as jewelers suffer defaults

[Bloomberg] Japan Considers Sending Navy to Support U.S. in South China Sea

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Fed Says Mortgages Push Household Debt to Highest Since 2010

[Bloomberg] A Hard Landing in China Could 'Shake the World'

[CNBC] Here we go again? More confusion on Fed and rates

[NYT] As Investors Shun Debt, Banks Are Left Holding the Bag

[CNBC] Los Angeles housing takes a U-turn

[WSJ] Surge in Subprime Auto Lending Draws Attention

[Reuters] Party's Over? After China SUV Boom, Carmakers Face Falling Prices, Sales

[Reuters] China's navy 'restrained' facing U.S. provocations: admiral