Thursday, January 14, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Credit-Market Fear Gauge Soars as Oil Price Triggers Global Rout

[Bloomberg] Oil Slides, Deepening Gloom in Stocks as Bond Buyers Celebrate

[Bloomberg] Oil Falls Back Below $30 With Brent Discount Biggest Since 2010

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Drop as China Enters Bear Market, Ruble Slides

[Bloomberg] Yen Gains to 4-Month High as Retail Sales Add to Global Concern

[Bloomberg] Asia shares hit 3-1/2-year lows as oil resumes fall

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Dollar Headed for Biggest Weekly Decline Since 2003

[Reuters] Investors pull $9 billion from stock funds during weekly period: Lipper

[Reuters] U.S. retail sales, industrial output data point to softer growth

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales in U.S. Decrease to End Weakest Year Since 2009

[WSJ] Shift in Inflation Expectations Clouds Interest-Rate Outlook

[WSJ] Global Malaise Spurs U.S. Growth Worries

[Bloomberg] Wal-Mart to Shut Hundreds of Stores

[CNBC] Watch out for this $1 trillion stock bubble

[Reuters] BHP Billiton books $7.2 billion writedown US shale assets

[Reuters] Arab winter has become markets’ chief worry

[Reuters] China seeks investment for disputed islands, to launch flights

[Bloomberg] Schaeuble Says Schengen Close to Collapse on Refugee Inflow

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China Credit Growth Surged in December Amid Fresh Stimulus

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rebound After U.S. Advance as Material Shares Rise