Sunday, January 17, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] European Shares Drop With Banks, Crude Oil Drops on Iran Exports

[CNBC] US futures turn negative, paring gains; oil falls

[Bloomberg] Emerging Energy Stocks Drop to 11-Year Low as Polish Bonds Slide

[Bloomberg] No Calm in Sight as Volatility Surges From Stocks to Bonds

[Bloomberg] China Premier Says Economy Is Under Pressure Day Before GDP Data

[Bloomberg] Most Yuan Interbank Rates Rise in Hong Kong as PBOC Curbs Supply

[Reuters] China's yuan firms as central bank takes fresh step to curb speculation

[Bloomberg] China Bonds Fall as Yuan Drop Fuels Concern Outflows to Quicken

[Bloomberg] Son's SoftBank Vision at Risk as Sprint Goes From Bad to Worse

[Reuters] Exclusive: China's chief stock regulator has offered to resign - sources

[Bloomberg] Asian Junk Bonds One Cent Away From 2012 Low After Fund Flight

[Reuters] 62 people have as much wealth as world's 3.6B poorest, Oxfam finds ahead of Davos

[Bloomberg] China Prepares for Worst After Tsai Victory Upends Taiwan Plans

[Reuters] End of Europe? Berlin, Brussels' shock tactic on migrants

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Equities Rout Deepens With Japan Poised for Bear Market 

[Reuters] Oil slides to lowest since 2003 as Iran sanctions lifted

[Bloomberg] Yen Refuge From China Rout Revives Global Buying of Japan Bonds

[Bloomberg] Five Charts Show How Bad the Emerging-Market Stock Rout Really Is

[Bloomberg] China's Stock Strategists Are Bracing for a Deeper Bear Market

[Reuters] A world divided: Elites descend on Swiss Alps amid rising inequality

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Mideast Stocks Plummet as Iran Plans to Boost Crude Exports

[Bloomberg] PBOC Said to Impose Reserve Ratio on Offshore Bank Yuan Accounts

[Bloomberg] China's Hot Bond Market Seen at Risk of Default Chain Reaction

[Reuters] Blame, anger, frustration as China's stock rescue effort looks defeated

[Bloomberg] HKMA Pledges to Keep Currency Peg: These Are Some Alternatives

[NYT] Indebted Chinese Companies Increase Pressures on Government

[Reuters] South China Sea? For Beijing, Taiwan is the No. 1 security issue

[Reuters] After vote, China tells Taiwan to abandon independence "hallucination"