Thursday, February 25, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise With Commodities on China; Dollar Gains as GDP Beats

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Fall as U.S. Economic Growth Pace Exceeds Forecasts

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Disappointments Mount as Inflation Rates Slip Back

[Bloomberg] Germany Opposes Any G-20 Fiscal Stimulus; Focuses on Reform

[Reuters] German finmin: expansive policies may have laid foundation of next crisis

[Bloomberg] Citigroup Warns of More Market Turmoil If G-20 Fails to Deliver

[Reuters] China Capital Outflows Pose Risk to Global Growth: IMF Chief

[NYT, Bradsher] In Rare Appearance, China’s Central Bank Chief Says All Is Well

[Reuters] U.S.-based stock funds post eighth straight week of outflows: Lipper

[Bloomberg] Hedge-Fund Assets Below $3 Trillion for First Time Since 2014

[NY Post] Banks backing Dell’s EMC deal hit reset button

[WSJ] Goldman Struggling to Sell $2 Billion in Bonds Backing Solera Buyout

[Reuters] S&P downgrades Noble Group's rating further into junk, outlook negative

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Jump With Metals as Zhou Sees Easing Room; Kiwi Up

[Bloomberg] Bond Vigilantes Slap Oil CEOs With Junk Tag on $258 Billion Debt

[Bloomberg] China Tries to Tackle Its Commodities Crisis

[NYT] Global Finance Leaders Meet as Economic Skies Darken

[NYT] As China’s Economic Picture Turns Uglier, Beijing Applies Airbrush