Thursday, February 4, 2016

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Fall as Japanese Shares Drop Amid Strengthening Yen

[Bloomberg] Yen Set for Best Week Since 2009 as Fed Outlook Overtakes BOJ

[Bloomberg] Short Squeeze Fuels Biggest One-Day Rallies in S&P 500: Chart

[Bloomberg] Plaza Accord II Faces High Hurdles to Move From Talk to Reality

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Homeowners Under Water as Property Prices Slump: Chart

[Bloomberg] China Confirms Three Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Under Probe

[Reuters] Unpaid and angry, some Chinese workers ditch holidays to protest

[Reuters] Russia and Turkey trade accusations over Syria

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] European Financials' Credit Risk Surges to Highest Since 2013

[Bloomberg] Crude Adds to Gains as Dollar Slide Worsens; U.S. Stocks Mixed

[Bloomberg] Dollar Drop Boosts Commodities as Exporters Damp European Stocks

[Bloomberg] U.S. Productivity Falls Most Since Early 2014, Labor Costs Jump

[Bloomberg] PBOC Raises Yuan Fixing Most in Two Months in Challenge to Bears

[Bloomberg] China's Debt Default Risk Climbs to Highest Since June 2013

[Bloomberg] Wednesday's Market Mayhem Shows How Four Huge Asset Classes Are Intertwined

[Bloomberg] EU Slashes 2016 Inflation Forecast to 0.5% as Growth Seen Slower

[Reuters] ECB's Draghi says failing to act early on inflation is risky

[Bloomberg] Carney Sees Unforgiving World as Inflation Outlook Cut Again

[Bloomberg] Thanks to Banks, Italy Stocks Reverse Peer-Beating 2015 Gain

[Reuters] China says FX reserves remain abundant despite recent falls

[WSJ] Chinese Companies Are Shopping Abroad at Record Pace

[Reuters] BOJ board among those surprised by negative interest rate plan

[Bloomberg] Credit Suisse Drops as Investment Bank Slump Deepens Losses

[Bloomberg] Glencore Credit Rating Cut to Lowest Investment Grade at S&P