Sunday, January 24, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Decline as Crude Slump Worsens; Bonds, Gold Advance

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says ECB Credibility at Stake in Hitting Inflation Goal

[Bloomberg] It's All About Oil as Falling Crude Leads Equities, Ruble Lower

[Bloomberg] Cracks Exposed in U.S. Bond Market as Liquidity Woes Warp Prices

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market ETFs Lose More Than $1 Billion Led by China Flow

[Bloomberg] U.S. IPO Market on Track for Slowest Month Since Recession

[Reuters] Insight: Market rout could blow Fed off course if consumers blink    

[Bloomberg] China Capital Outflows Rise to Estimated $1 Trillion in 2015

[Reuters] More holes than fingers? Beijing struggles to plug capital flight

[FT] PBoC in a quandary over capital controls

[Reuters] China business confidence, recruitment hit record lows in January - SMI survey

[WSJ] Asset Managers Are Hard Hit

[NYT] A Struggle to Quell Investor Fears Over Unsettled Emerging Markets

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank: Chinese Stocks Are More Distressed Than During the Financial Crisis

[Bloomberg] China 10-Year Bonds Slump as Yuan Concern Curbs PBOC Easing Bets

[Reuters] Russian economy contracts 3.7 percent in 2015, slump set to continue

[Bloomberg] Future Land Development Shares Plunge 14% on Chairman Probe

[FT] US junk-rated energy debt hits two-decade low

[AP] EU Ministers Openly Clash Over How to Contain Migrant Flow

[Bloomberg] Greece Hits Back at `Lies' as Europe's Refugee Crisis Simmers

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks to Extend Global Rally With Oil Above $32 a Barrel

[Bloomberg] Japan December Trade Surplus 140.2 Billion Yen; Exports Fall 8% on Year

[Bloomberg] Gold Is Back in Fashion After a $15 Trillion Global Selloff

[Reuters] Merkel's party, sliding in polls, weighs German 'border centres'

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Mideast Stocks Advance After Oil Rebounds Most in Five Months

[Bloomberg] Yen Gains as Bullish Bets Reach Four-Year High Before BOJ Meets

[Bloomberg] China Pledges Steel, Coal Capacity Cuts in Supply-Side Reforms

[WSJ] China’s Central Bank Prioritizes Strong Yuan When Managing Liquidity

[WSJ] Investor Chill Hits Technology Sector