Sunday, December 13, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Funds Extend Losses as Lucidus Liquidates Holdings

[Bloomberg] Lucidus Has Liquidated $900 Million Credit Funds, Plans to Shut

[Bloomberg] Crude Falls Below $35 per Barrel in New York for First Time Since 2009

[Bloomberg] U.S. Gas Slumps to 10-Year Low as Forecasts Keep Getting Warmer

[Bloomberg] Third Avenue Ripples Hit Credit in Europe as Bond Risk Rises

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Real Declines as Economists Reduce 2016 GDP Forecast

[Bloomberg] Five Mind-Blowing Stats from the Selloff in the Biggest Junk Bond ETF

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Resume Decline as Miners Deepen Drop Before Fed

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Slump to Six-Year Low Before Fed as Yuan Weakens

[WSJ] China’s Pledge to Divorce Yuan from Dollar Faces Fed Test

[WSJ] The Mystery of Missing Inflation Weighs on Fed Rate Move

[WSJ] Junk Bonds Stagger as Funds Flee

[FT] Wells Fargo warns of ‘stresses’ in its energy portfolio

[Bloomberg] China Fiscal Spending Soars at Twice Gain Seen in Revenue

[Bloomberg] China's New Yuan Index: Here's What the Market Needs to Know

[Bloomberg] Liquidity Cracks Grow in $400 Billion Danish Covered Bond Market

[Bloomberg] Dubai Developers `Strangle' Supply to Stem Price Drop, CBRE Says

[Reuters] European integration going into reverse, warns Standard & Poor's

[Reuters] Turkey says its patience with Russia 'has a limit': newspaper

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Falls for Sixth Day as New Index Signals Weakness

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Join Global Selloff as Commodity Producers Retreat

[Bloomberg] Shanghai Composite Index Drops as Offshore Yuan Weakens

[Bloomberg] Oil Holds Losses Near 7-Year Low as OPEC Seen Fueling Oversupply

[Bloomberg] Investors See More Carnage as Third Avenue Spurs Contagion Risk

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] Fed Officials Worry Interest Rates Will Go Up, Only to Come Back Down

[WSJ] Third Avenue CEO Barse Departs

[Bloomberg] Citic Short-Selling Offer to Hedge Funds Led Police to Its Door

[FT] China edges towards a new exchange rate policy

[Bloomberg] China's Headhunters Are Desperately Seeking Credit Analysts

[Bloomberg, El-Erian] Nine Lessons From Third Avenue's Liquidation

[Reuters] Merkel wants to 'drastically reduce' refugee arrivals in Germany

[FT] Russia and Turkey in new confrontation

Sunday's News Links

[National] Dubai stocks dragged down with Brent oil at lowest since 2004

[MarketWatch] ‘The Fed Awakens’ expected this week amid volatility spike

[WSJ] Junk-Bond Fund’s Demise Highlights SEC Mutual-Fund Worries

[WSJ] Ahead of the Fed: Tectonic Shifts in Bonds, Oil and the Dollar

[CNBC] Unicorns suddenly looking a lot less enchanting

[Reuters] Brazilians take to streets to demand Rousseff's impeachment

[Bloomberg] Le Pen's National Front Shut Out of French Regional Governments

[Bloomberg] Abe and Modi Strengthen Ties to Counter China's Rise

[Reuters] Russia warns Turkey over Aegean warship incident

[AP] French far right faces test in regional election runoff