Monday, December 28, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Marc Faber Takes on Yellen With Recession Call, Likes Treasuries

[NYT] Hedge Funds Struggle With Steep Losses and High Expectations

[Bloomberg] Oil-Producing States Battered as Tax-Gushing Wells Are Shut Down

[MarketWatch] Double-digit home price gains continue in some cities, S&P/Case-Shiller says

[Bloomberg] Putin's Bailout Bank Needs a Rescue; It's an $18 Billion Whopper

[Washington Post] China’s Xi tells grumbling party cadres: ‘Don’t talk back’

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Most Asian Equities Slide as Energy, Materials Companies Retreat

[Reuters] Equities pulled lower by oil, China concerns

[Bloomberg Video] Marc Faber: U.S. Stock Market Will Go Down in 2016

[MarketWatch, Roach] Opinion: Fed gradualism sets us up for another financial crisis

[WSJ] Fed Poised to Look a Bit More Divided

[FT] Oil companies brace for a grim 2016 amid sustained price crash

[Bloomberg] China Bond Defaults Seen Rising as Borrowing Costs Climb in 2016

[Houston Chronicle] Oil slump weighing on housing markets in Texas, North Dakota

[CNBC] Feeling a little warm this year? 2015 will set a record

Monday's News Links