Thursday, March 3, 2016

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] North Korea leader at drill orders nuclear weapons use at any time: KCNA

[Bloomberg] Who's Running Brazil? Chaos Builds as Rousseff Ducks Her Allies

[Reuters] German anti-immigrant party gains ahead of important state votes: poll

[Bloomberg] Inside China’s Plan for a Military That Can Counter U.S. Muscle

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Retreat With Oil as Investors Await Economic Data

[Bloomberg] Slower Growth Prompts First U.S. Services Job Cuts Since 2014

[Reuters] Fed's Kaplan calls for patience on raising U.S. interest rates

[Reuters] Average U.S. new-vehicle loan hits record high in fourth quarter: Experian

[NBC] House 'Flipping' Skyrockets, Sparks Concern Over a Housing Bubble

[CNBC] I see bubbles bursting everywhere: Top academic

[Bloomberg] China Policy Moves Risk Property Price Bubble, PBOC Adviser Says

[Barron's] Moody’s Cut 38 China SOEs Outlook, Seeing Less Government Support

[Bloomberg] Macau's Economy Shrinks 20% in 2015 Amid Casino Gaming Slump

[Bloomberg] ECB Studies Stimulus Options That Won't End Up Hurting Banks

[WSJ] SunEdison’s Troubles Darken Prospects of Vivint Deal

[Bloomberg] Schaeuble Wades Into `Brexit' Debate With Show of German Emotion

[Reuters] EU's Tusk urges migrants to stop coming to Europe

[WSJ] U.S., India, Japan Plan Joint Naval Exercises Near South China Sea