Sunday, March 13, 2016

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise for Third Day Ahead of Central Bank Meetings

[Bloomberg] Merkel's CDU Loses Support in Elections Swayed by Refugee Crisis

[Reuters] German anti-immigration party celebrates dizzying rise

[Washington Post] Hundreds of thousands protest throughout Brazil

[Bloomberg] Gold Believers Scoff at Goldman Warning as Wagers on Rally Rise

[Bloomberg] The Effects of a Month of Negative Rates in Japan

[UK Guardian] Anti-refugee party makes big gains in German state elections

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dubai Stocks Gain Most in Mideast as ECB Spurs Risk Appetite

[Bloomberg] Weakening China Growth Challenges Leadership Wedded to 6.5% Goal

[Bloomberg] Mario Draghi's Lesson for Kuroda: Loose Lips Sink Policy Ships

[Bloomberg] China Pledges Greater Effort to Crack Down on Financial Crime

[FT/CNBC] China rebuts economy doomsayers

[FT, Plender] Central banks lurch from topsy-turvy 1970s to helicopter money

[Reuters] Bangladesh bank says hackers tried to steal $951 million

[Bloomberg] Bangladesh Vows to Act Against its Central Bank Over Cyber Heist

[Bloomberg] Merkel Faces Triple Challenge as Refugees Impact State Votes

[Reuters] Germans flock to vote in "Super Sunday" test for Merkel

[Bloomberg] Brazil Protesters Assemble as Rousseff's Future Hangs in Balance

[Reuters] Brazilians return to streets to call for Rousseff's exit