Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Fed Leaves Rates Unchanged; Watching Global Developments

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall, Dollar Mixed as Fed Holds Course; Oil Gains

[Bloomberg] Credit Market Turmoil Crimps Bond Sales in Worst Start Since '05

[Reuters] Fed seen keeping interest rates steady amid market volatility

[Reuters] China shares end lower, taking 2016 losses to $1.8 trillion

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Head for Biggest Two-Day Loss Since August Rout

[Bloomberg] China's $1 Trillion Money Exodus Isn't About Capital Controls

[Bloomberg] China Industrial Profits Drop a Seventh Month as Sales Slow

[Bloomberg] The Big Bank Long Has Turned into the Big Bank Short

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Startups Dropped to 13-Year Low in 2015: Chart

[Bloomberg] PBOC Said to Ask China Banks to Suspend Offshore Yuan Loans

[Bloomberg] Wrong Yuan Bet Sees Derivative Defaults Rising for Taiwan Banks

[CNBC] Faber: Can't see another bull market in my lifetime

[Bloomberg] Kinder Defends $3 Billion Dividend Cut That `Shocked' Investors

[Reuters] Vietnam official opposes Taiwan's Ma visiting disputed island

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Outlook Split as Nikkei Futures Rise, Oil Hits S&P 500 Contracts

[Bloomberg] Tim Cook: We're Seeing 'Extreme Conditions Unlike Anything We've Experienced Before' in the Global Economy

[Reuters] Apple sees first sales dip in more than a decade as super-growth era falters

[Reuters] Oil fuels 'schizophrenic' rebound on Wall Street

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico to Present Broad Debt-Restructuring Plan Friday

[Bloomberg] Brazil Said to Announce $12.3 Bln in Credit to Boost Economy

[FT] Corporate credit shock beckons for China

[FT] China’s capital flight shows up in over-invoicing of imports

[NYT] Inquiry in China Adds to Doubt Over Reliability of Its Economic Data

[Dow Jones] Doubts Raised About Claim of Saudi 'Donation' to Malaysia Leader