Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Surges to 3-Week High on Report of OPEC, Producer Meeting

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate After Rally Fades Amid Corporate Earnings

[Reuters] China shares flounder again, but 'real economy' sound says state media

[Bloomberg] Orders for U.S. Business Equipment Decreased 4.3% in December

[Bloomberg] Some $29 Trillion Later, the Corporate Debt Boom Looks Exhausted

[Bloomberg] Italian Banks on Losing Streak After Bad-Loan Deal Disappoints

[Bloomberg] Bradesco's Provisions for Bad Loans Surge 27%, Forecast Worsens

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Sets Aside $1.3 Billion, Mostly for Subprime Probe

[Bloomberg] Restructuring Experts Say Brazil Will Be Their Hot Spot in 2016

[Bloomberg] Japan's Economy Minister Amari to Resign Over Graft Scandal

[FT] Capital markets make slowest start to a year in over a decade

[Bloomberg] Foreigners Flee Japan Market by Dumping Futures, Goldman Says

[Bloomberg] South Africa Raises Interest Rate to 6.75% to Counter Rand Slump

[Bloomberg] Saudi December Foreign Reserves Drop More Than $19 Billion

[CNBC] US energy M&A hits 5-year low as oil patch enters 'survival mode': Report

[Reuters] Taiwan president flies to disputed island in South China Sea

[MarketWatch] Feldstein says Fed should let the market fall and keep hiking rates

[WSJ] Chaos in Libya a Growing Draw for Extremists, Report Warns

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Retreat After Fed as Financial Shares Lead Declines

[Bloomberg] China's Money-Market Operations Inject Most Cash in Three Years

[Bloomberg] Fed's Nod to Global Risks Lowers Chance of March Rate Increase

[Bloomberg] China Should Let Yuan Float to Avoid Slump, Ex-PBOC Adviser Says

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Calls Brazil a ‘Mess’ After Warning on Depression

[Bloomberg] China to Buy More Than 200 Tons of Gold This Year, Barclays Says

[FT] Capital controls no longer taboo as emerging markets battle flight