Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Extend Rally as Oil Gains Lift Emerging Markets

[Bloomberg] OECD Cuts Global Growth Forecast and Warns of Growing Risks

[CNBC] Few fiscal, monetary policy moves left to fight global growth slowdown, Moody's warns

[Bloomberg] Federal Reserve Staffers Say Mutual Funds Vulnerable to Runs

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Banks Cut by S&P After Nation's Junk Rating Is Lowered

[WSJ] Bank of Japan’s Kuroda Seeks Global Coordination to Tackle Market Volatility

[WSJ] Overproduction Swamps Smaller Chinese Cities, Revealing Depth of Crisis

[Bloomberg] China's Banks May Be Getting Creative About Hiding Their Losses

[Bloomberg] Chaos in Ukraine Is Making Putin Stronger

[WSJ] U.S.-Beijing Spat Escalates Over South China Sea

[Reuters] Turkey blames Kurdish militants for Ankara bomb, vows response in Syria and Iraq

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Bullard Signals Support for Rate Rise Delay on Inflation Outlook

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rally as Hardest-Hit Shares in 2016 Continue Rebound

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Rating Cut Further Into Junk Territory by S&P

[Reuters] Global downturn spurred Fed to consider changing rate path: minutes

[Bloomberg] Fed Frets Corporate Credit Crunch Will Crimp Economic Growth

[Reuters] Exclusive: Radioactive material stolen in Iraq raises security fears

[Time] Ankara Bombing the Latest in Turkey’s Deadly Cycle of Violence