Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Halt Equities Rebound as Oil Rally Falters on Data

[Reuters] Oil falls toward $30 as U.S. crude inventories rise

[Reuters] China holds line on yuan, stocks weaken again

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Advance as Japan Shares Jump, China Exports Rebound

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Yuan Interbank Rates Fall From PBOC-Driven Records

[Reuters] Exclusive: China may replace key cabinet official to battle slowing growth, market turmoil

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Set for Record Five-Day Gain as China Curbs Supply

[Bloomberg] Currency Swings Sap U.S. Corporate Profits by Most in Four Years

[Bloomberg] Fed's Rosengren Says Growth, Inflation Risks Threaten Rate Path

[WSJ] Beijing Flexes Muscle to Put Yuan in Line

[Bloomberg] Surging China-Hong Kong Trade Raises Doubts Over Recovery

[Reuters] From chaos to calm: one year on from Swiss 'Frankenschock'

[Bloomberg] Podemos Raises Spanish Socialists' Hopes of Pact to Oust Rajoy

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Oil slump nears $30 a barrel mark on unabated output

[Bloomberg] Yen Starts 2016 as Currency of Choice on China Tumult, Oil Slide

[Bloomberg] Copper Sags to Six-Year Low as Barclays Cuts Forecasts on China

[Bloomberg] The Possibility of $20 Oil Doesn't Sound So Crazy Anymore

[Bloomberg] Balance Sheets to Swell $2.8 Trillion as Leasing Rules Tighten

[Der Spiegel] An Attack on Democracy? Worries over Poland Mount in Brussels and Berlin