Thursday, March 10, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rally, Euro Weakens as ECB Plans Reassessed; Crude Gains

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rally With Oil, Metals as Yuan Gains on PBOC Fixing

[Reuters] ECB defends 'Super Mario' after investor backlash

[Reuters] Euro bears get sore heads as ECB sparks surprise rally

[Bloomberg] China’s February New Credit Plunged From Prior Month Record

[Bloomberg] Oil Crash Risks $19 Billion Wave of Junk Debt Defaults

[NYT] For Hedge Funds, Start of 2016 Offers Little Relief From 2015

[Bloomberg] CoCo Turmoil Forces Europe to Act on Surprise Coupon Loss

[Reuters] It's payback time for emerging markets' $1.6 trillion debt

[Bloomberg] Arrest Warrant Sought for Lula and His Protege's Back in Trouble

[Reuters] Central Bank bonanza from Washington to Tokyo

[WSJ] What Crisis? Big Ratings Firms Stronger Than Ever

[NYT] For China Banks, Swapping Stock for Debt Is a Stopgap With Pitfalls

[Reuters] Investors risk appetite grows for stock, junk funds -Lipper

[CNBC] U.S. watches as Fukushima continues to leak radiation

[Reuters] China to start civilian flights from disputed South China Sea island

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Gold Climbs to One-Year High as Dollar Weakens on ECB Rate View

[Bloomberg] Draghi: ECB Done for Now on Rates

[Bloomberg] Draghi's Stimulus Push Said to Encounter Most Opposition on QE

[NYT] The Assets of the Ultrarich Come Closer to Earth

[NYT] Sao Paulo Prosecutors Charge Brazil's Lula With Money Laundering

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Draghi Expands ECB Stimulus With More QE and Lower Rates

[Bloomberg] Draghi's Stimulus Effect Fizzles as Euro Drop Proves Short-Lived

[Bloomberg] Gold Futures Rally on Sag in Dollar, Risks to ECB Growth Outlook

[Bloomberg] Riskiest Bank Bonds Jump as ECB Cuts Borrowing Costs for Lenders

[Bloomberg] Corporate Debt Stages Global Rally After ECB Expands Stimulus

[Bloomberg] How Central Banks Have Made Wealth Inequality Worse

[Bloomberg] Moody's Raises Forecast for Global Junk Defaults as Cycle Turns

[Bloomberg] China Car Sales Hit the Brakes in February

[Bloomberg] Shanghai Authorities Said to Discuss Ways to Cool Property