Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Circle Bear Market as Global Growth Worry Persists

[Dow Jones] China's Yuan Falls Sharply in Offshore Market

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Dollar Drops Most Since '03 as Bets Mount on Peg's End

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Stocks Drop as China Poised to Enter Bear Market

[Bloomberg] Earnings Season Set to Confirm U.S. Slipping Into Profit Recession

[Bloomberg] A Towering Chinese Debt Mountain Looms Behind Market Gyrations

[WSJ] China’s Jittery Savers Could Pose Capital-Flight Threat

[WSJ] PBOC Gives Mixed Signals on Plans for Yuan

[Bloomberg] Oil Slump Seen Delaying $380 Billion Worth of Upstream Projects

[Bloomberg] Gulf Widens in Credit Markets Fraught With Danger for Investors

[Bloomberg] Does the Corporate Bond Market Have a ‘FANG’ Problem?

[CNBC] Bullard: Recent ‘very substantial’ oil moves have implications for Fed action

[Reuters] ECB sees scope for further deposit rate cuts

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Said to Probe Sales of Subprime Auto Securities

[Bloomberg] Shandong Shanshui Says Bond Payment Unlikely as Dispute Deepens

[Bloomberg] Global Junk-Rated Company Defaults Doubled in 2015, Moody's Says

[Bloomberg] China Bear Market Looms as PBOC Fails to Stop Flight to Safety

Wednesday Evening Links

[Japan Times] Nikkei plummets 3.34% at start of trading after Dow dives amid China worries

[Bloomberg] Shanghai Composite Index Falls Below August Closing Low

[Reuters] Japan machinery orders fall most in 18 months, add to outlook worries

[Reuters] Goldman Sachs to shed up to 10 percent of its sales, fixed income team: WSJ

[Bloomberg] Asian Stock Futures Signal Return to Rout as Crude Languishes

[Bloomberg] Money Leaving Emerging Markets Faster Than Ever Amid China Slump

[Bloomberg] Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Down 11% in 2016 After '15 Losses

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Tumble as Selloff Resumes, Led by Consumer Shares

[Bloomberg] Credit-Fear Gauge Jumps Above 100 for First Time in Three Years

[Bloomberg] The Peer-to-Peer Loan Industry Has Been Getting Slammed

[Bloomberg] U.S. Steps Up Scrutiny of Cash Real Estate Deals in N.Y., Miami

[WSJ] The Quiet Side of China’s Market Intervention

[Bloomberg] Merkel Fires Back at Opponents of Her Open-Door Refugee Policy