Monday, February 1, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Drop as Deepening Oil Rout Hits Earnings; Treasuries Jump

[Bloomberg] Corporate Distress Deepens as Emerging Bond Spread Widens

[Bloomberg] Brazilian Stocks Slump as Bad-Loan Concerns Spark Itau Tumble

[Bloomberg] Russia Bonds Drop as Ruble Rout Seen Reducing Rate-Cut Prospects

[Bloomberg] Oil Selloff Drags Asian Energy Stocks Lower as Ringgit Retreats

[Reuters] Fearing lean times, U.S. companies tighten purse strings

[Bloomberg] PBOC Said to Ask Lenders to Control Wealth Management Funds

[Bloomberg] China Unleashes New Steps to Control Financial Risks, Outflows

[Bloomberg] Oil falls on China economic woes, rising OPEC supply

[Bloomberg] Brazil Industry Drops Most in 12 Years With December Surprise

[Bloomberg] Yuan Derivatives Blowup Curses Taiwan Businesses With Defaults

[Bloomberg] China Will Probably Have to Impose Capital Controls, SocGen Says

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Surprise Poses $250 Billion Question for Japanese Banks

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Fall First Time in Five Days as Energy Shares Drop

[Bloomberg] Fischer Says Fed's Next Decision Unclear Amid Global Uncertainty

[Bloomberg] Latin American ETF Posts Biggest Outflow in Year Amid Turmoil

[Reuters] Banks eased loan standards for U.S. households in fourth quarter: Fed survey

[Reuters] U.S. calls on China to clarify status of booksellers