Monday, January 25, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Fall to 13-Month Low Amid Capital Outflow Concern

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Resumes Drop as Oil Reignites Global Risk Aversion

[Bloomberg] Gold Surges to Highest This Year as Turmoil Skewers Rate Outlook

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Fall as China Rout Deepens; Ruble Swings on Oil 

[Bloomberg] Ibovespa Falls to Seven-Year Low on China, Brazil Growth Concern

[Bloomberg] Traders Are Pulling Money From VIX Funds Like Never Before

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Climb by Most Since July 2014

[Reuters] Hedge funds betting against China eye 'Soros moment'

[Reuters] China's state media warns Soros on betting against yuan, HK dollar

[Bloomberg] China Outflows Could Reach $500 Billion in 2016, JPMorgan Says

[Bloomberg] World's Biggest Wealth Fund Speaks Out on Liquidity Banks Miss

[Bloomberg] Azerbaijan Shuts 4 Banks in Week After Imposing Capital Controls

[WSJ] As Stock Prices Slump, Don’t Count on Buybacks

[Time] The U.S. Is Point-Blank Accusing Vladimir Putin of Corruption

[Bloomberg] Merkel Lawsuit Threat Prompts Warning of Coalition Breakup

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Follow Oil Lower as Japanese Shares Lead Declines

[Bloomberg] PBOC Adds Most Cash Since 2013 in Reverse Repos as Holidays Loom

[Bloomberg] So Yes, the Oil Crash Looks a Lot Like Subprime

[Bloomberg] BlackRock Says Clients Are Shifting Away From Stocks

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Had Worst Year Since 2008 Betting on Commodities

[Bloomberg] Sprint Said to Cut 2,500 Jobs, 7% of Staff, to Lower Costs

[Bloomberg] Junk Bonds in Europe Find Greater Losses From Brazil Than China

[Reuters] 'Running out of time', EU puts Greece, Schengen on notice