Monday, February 29, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China's PMI Reports Show Slowdown Deepening as Services Slip

[Bloomberg] China Reserve-Ratio Cut Signals Growth Is Priority Over Yuan

[FT] Markets face $1tn Asian EM debt worries

[Bloomberg] Valeant's $31 Billion of Debt May Be Cut From Ba3 by Moody's

[Bloomberg] Citi: There's Been a Worrisome Change in the Market for New Corporate Debt

[Bloomberg] Lula Under Investigation in Brazil Carwash Case, Prosecutor Says

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Erase Gains as Yen Advances With Treasuries, Gold

[Dow Jones] Dollar Drops Vs. Yen As Weak Data Feed Recession Fears

[Bloomberg] China Cuts Banks' Reserve Requirement Ratio

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Tumble Toward 15-Month Low as Stimulus Bets Unwind

[Bloomberg] Yen Set for Best Month Since 2008 on China Stocks, G-20 Meeting

[Bloomberg] Yuan Weakens for Seventh Day as PBOC Cuts Fixing, Dollar Climbs

[Bloomberg] It's Getting Harder for Currency Traders to Make Money, Market Veteran Says

[WSJ] Why Auto Lenders Are in for a Rougher Ride

[Reuters] New Year hangover: Strains show in China's factory heartland

[WSJ] How China’s Big Lending Push Comes Up Short

[FT] China halts overseas investment schemes

[Bloomberg] Jockeying Begins as China's State Firms Brace for Shakeup

[Bloomberg] Emerging Assets in Fourth Monthly Decline as China Rout Extends

[Bloomberg] Three Former Tepco Executives Indicted for Fukushima Negligence