Monday, March 7, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[CNBC] China exports, imports fall sharply in February

[Reuters] ECB monitoring liquidity levels at some Italian banks-sources

[Reuters] Italy risks breaking EU fiscal rules even with all leeway granted- Eurogroup

[Bloomberg] EU Warns of Contagion From France, Italy Economic Weaknesses

[WSJ] OECD Leading Indicators Point to Slowing Global Growth

[CNBC] IMF urges action as risks to the world economy rise

[Bloomberg] Yuan Strengthens as PBOC Raises Fixing, Reserves Slow Decline

[Bloomberg] Goldman Says Commodity Rally a False Start That's Set to Fizzle

[WSJ] Why the Fed Isn’t Out of Ammo

[FT] National service is not whipping China’s banks into shape

[WSJ] Prospect of Ouster Grows for Brazil President Dilma Rousseff

[Reuters] China says little to cheer in improved ties with 'two-faced' Japan

[NYT] China Says It Won't Budge on South China Sea Sovereignty

[Asia Times] Beijing targets US pacific commander as carrier sails South China Sea

[NYT] South China Sea Buildup Brings Beijing Closer to Realizing Control

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Fed officials set battle lines on rate hikes ahead of March meet

[Bloomberg] The $5 Trillion Quandary as Negative-Yielding Japanese Debt Doubles

[Bloomberg] Japan Loan Growth Slows After BOJ Begins Negative Interest Rates

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China's Foreign Reserves Slow Decline as Currency Stabilizes

[Bloomberg] Junk Bond Indexes Are Getting Junkier

[Bloomberg] Iron Ore Jumps Most on Record as Market Goes 'Berserk'

[Bloomberg] ECB Reviewing QE Bought 62 Billion Euros of Debt in February

[CNBC] Record number of millionaires living in the US

[Bloomberg] The ETF Files

[WSJ] China’s Surging Credit Has Some Raising the Caution Flag

[NYT] China’s Outflows of Money Slowed in February

[Reuters] South Korea, U.S. begin exercises as North Korea threatens attack

[Reuters] In drills, U.S., South Korea practice striking North’s nuclear plants, leaders

[Reuters] Turkey raises stakes with EU on curbing migrant wave