Sunday, January 31, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slump as Oil Sinks on China Data; Treasuries Slide

[Bloomberg] Commodities Drop Weighs on Stocks, Currencies After China Data

[Reuters] Oil falls on China data and fading prospects of OPEC action

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Extend Worst Rout Since 2008 on Growth Concerns

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Fall as China Manufacturing Weakens; Won Slides

[Bloomberg] Manufacturing in U.S. Contracted in January for a Fourth Month

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Proposes 46% Reduction of Debt in Restructuring

[Bloomberg] China's Record Factory Gauge Slump Adds to a Policy Dilemma

[Bloomberg] BofA: The Oil Crash Is Kicking Off One of the Largest Wealth Transfers In Human History

[Reuters] China police arrest 21 over $7.6 bln online financial scam

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong January Home Sales Hit 25-Year Low, Centaline Says

[Reuters] China's economic struggles are of particular concern to Europe - Nowotny

[Reuters] Mid-tier Chinese banks piling up trillions of dollars in shadow loans

[WSJ] Currency War: U.S. Hedge Funds Mount New Attacks on China’s Yuan

[FT] Capital controls will not cure China’s ills

[WSJ] Activists’ Sway Shows Its Limits

[Reuters] China says U.S. seeks 'hegemony' after South China Sea sailing

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Advance for Fourth Day Amid Central Bank Optimism

[Bloomberg] China's January Manufacturing PMI 49.4

[LA Times] Beijing says U.S. warship 'sabotaged the peace' by sailing near island in South China Sea