Sunday, November 29, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] IMF gives China's currency prized reserve asset status

[Bloomberg] Asian Shares Fall as Shanghai Brokers Extends Losses; Oil Gains

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Recover Losses in Late Trading as Volatility Climbs

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Drop to Two-Week Low as China Selloff Roils Asia

[Bloomberg] Saudi Borrowing Rate Soars in November as Bank Deposits Drop

[Reuters] Esteves quits as head of Brazil's BTG Pactual amid graft probe

[CNBC] IMF expected to include yuan in SDR currency basket

[Bloomberg] ECB Left With No Choice But Action After Draghi Market Priming

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda dismisses calls to go slow in hitting inflation target

[WSJ] Emerging-Market Defaults Rise After Asia’s Debt Pileup

[NYT] Behind Puerto Rico’s Woes, a Broadly Powerful Development Bank

[NYT] Tensions With Russia Add to a Chill in Turkey’s Economy

[Reuters] Russian raids repeatedly hit Syrian Turkmen areas, Moscow's data shows

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Slide After Chinese Selloff as Material Shares Drop

[Bloomberg] Esteves Steps Down as BTG’s CEO, Chairman After Arrest Extended

[Bloomberg] BTG's Partners Said to Plan Buying Esteves's Stake After Arrest

[Reuters] China's Shadow Banking Risk Shifts to Booming Bond Market

[Bloomberg] Citic, Haitong, Guosen Probed on Alleged Margin-Trading Breaches

[Reuters] China brokerages investigated over margin trading contracts

[Bloomberg] Did the Yuan Really Pass the IMF Currency Test? You'll Know Soon

[FT/CNBC] ECB ponders options as it looks to inject fresh economic stimulus

[WSJ] Chinese Pull Back From U.S. Property Investments

[Bloomberg] Turkey's Prime Minister Criticizes Putin's Sanctions