Sunday, December 20, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Oil prices hit lowest since 2004 as supply balloons

[Bloomberg] Spanish Yield Rises to 5-Week High on Instability After Election

[Bloomberg] Brazil Real Volatility Increases as Political Turmoil Worsens

[Bloomberg] Spain's Socialists Will Block Rajoy's First Bid for New Term

[FT] Spain heads for turmoil after poll yields fragmented parliament

[Bloomberg] Azerbaijan Caps Year of Devaluations Evoking Memories of 1997

[WSJ] Year in Review: Mergers Set a Record as Firms Bulk Up

[AP] The Latest: Greek PM says austerity defeated in Spain

[Bloomberg] China Tells U.S. to Stop Flexing Military Muscle in Asia

[Reuters] Philippines vows stronger military to back South China Sea claim

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Retreat as Yen Weighs on Japan, Toshiba Tumbles

[Bloomberg] Brent Trades Near 7-Year Low as U.S. Drillers Boost Rig Count

[Bloomberg] Spanish Bonds May Open Lower as Exit Poll Shows No Clear Winner

[Bloomberg] Brazil's New Finance Minister Faces a Big Test After Friday's Rout

[FT] Renminbi poised for record weakening run

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Spanish Exit Polls Shows No Clear Winner as Rajoy's Vote Slumps

[NYT] Spain Ruling Party Hurt by Upstart Parties' Strong Showing

[Bloomberg] Mideast Stocks Decline After Oil Sinks to Seven-Year Low

[Bloomberg] Saudi Crude Exports Rose in October to Most in Four Months

[Bloomberg] Rousseff's Impeachment Supported by 60%, Datafolha Poll Shows

[Bloomberg] Spaniards to Give Election Verdict on Bailout, Crisis, Graft

[Reuters] Putin says will not 'abandon' Russians in Ukraine to nationalists