Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate as Draghi Comments Boost Europe, Oil Falls

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks, Bonds Rise as ECB Holds Rates; Ruble Drops on Oil

[Bloomberg] Ruble Plunges as Speculators Pounce on Central Bank Abstinence

[Bloomberg] Brazil Balks Last Minute at Raising Rates and Angers Its Critics

[Reuters] ECB's Draghi eyes March policy review as economic risks grow

[Bloomberg] ECB Leaves Rates Unchanged as Oil Threatens Inflation Outlook

[Bloomberg] Again, Won't Somebody Please Think of the Asian Structured Products?!

[Bloomberg] Credit Strains Intensifying as Carlyle, Staples Meet Resistance

[Bloomberg] A Scared World Is Taking Its Money And Running Back Home - and to the U.S.

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Stock Selloff Is the Most Intense Since 2008: Chart

[Bloomberg] PBOC Turns on the Liquidity Firehose in New Policy Approach

[NY Review of Books] ‘The EU Is on the Verge of Collapse’—An Interview

[WSJ] Hedge Funds Have a Hot Idea: Retreat

[Dow Jones] China Trying to Allay Global Concerns About Its Currency Regime

[NYT] Russian Economy Stumbles as Stocks and Oil Prices Fall

[Bloomberg] Yen Falls From One-Year High on Speculation BOJ to Boost Easing

[Washington Post] China responds to Taiwan elections with military drills, Facebook trolling

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] PBOC Injects Most Cash in Three Years in Open-Market Operations

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Gain as Rebound in Oil Eases Global Equities Rout

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Risk Gauge Set for Biggest Year-Start Jump Since 2009

[Bloomberg] SoftBank's Drop Deepens on Sprint Shares, Debt at Multiyear Lows

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Close Lower After Late-Day Rally

[Bloomberg] Oil Tumbling Most in Four Months Deepens Gloom for Producers

[Bloomberg] Global Bond Downgrades Climb to Highest in Six Years, S&P Says

[Bloomberg] These Favorite Hedge Fund Holdings Are Among 2016's Worst Stocks

[Bloomberg] Why China Can't Keep a Stock Rally Going

[Bloomberg] Gross Says Global Selloff Shows Failure of Central Bank Efforts

[MarketWatch] Italian banks' bad loans continue to mount

[CNBC] Europe on the verge of collapse: Soros