Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] The U.S. Is the Most Unequal Developed Economy Outside Southern Europe

[Reuters] New agonies, alliances as Fed debates post-liftoff plan

[Reuters] Exclusive - ECB discusses two-tiered bank charges, broader bond buys: officials

[WSJ] Bank Regulators Step Up Pressure Over Credit Risk

[NYT] Telltale Signs That Deal Makers Swallowed the Silly Pills

[Bloomberg] ECB Warns Asia Risks Rising as Fed Liftoff Tests Stability

[Bloomberg] Iron Ore Rout Deepens as Rising Supply, Weaker Demand Feed Glut

[Bloomberg] Yuan IMF Reserves Entry Seen as More Symbolic Than Game-Changing

[Bloomberg] BTG Pactual CEO Esteves Arrested In Brazil's Graft Probe, Police Say

[Bloomberg] Russia Suspects Downing of Warplane by Turkey Was Planned

[CNN] Tensions rise as Russia says it's deploying anti-aircraft missiles to Syria

[Washington Post] Kerry says Mideast violence could ‘spin out of control’

[Reuters] Ukraine says to stop buying Russian gas as Gazprom halts supplies

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Slip as Syria Angst Buoys Gold; Ringgit Jumps on Oil

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Losses Pile Up as Traders Flee Any Whiff of Bad News

[Bloomberg] Gone Missing: When Chinese Companies Lose Track of Their Leaders

[Bloomberg] China's Earliest Monthly Economic Indicators Flash Warning Sign

[Bloomberg] Bank Profits Hit $40.4 Billion in Third Quarter, FDIC Says

[Bloomberg] Defaults Shake Indifference to Risk in Overheated China Bonds