Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Fall as Oil Drops, Investors Weigh Higher U.S. Rates

[Bloomberg] Decade of Growth Poised to End for China Banks Stung by Bad Debt

[FT] Exorbitant privilege and the cost of renting America’s balance sheet

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. to charge Iran in cyber attacks against banks, New York dam - sources

Wednesday News Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Decline, Led by Industrials, After Brussels Attacks

[Bloomberg] Brazil Real Drops as Central Bank Moves to Weaken Currency
[Reuters] Energy slide drags down indexes

[Bloomberg] Bullard Sees Case for April Hike as Inflation Set to Overshoot

[CNBC] Fed Chair Yellen has a mini revolt on her hands

[Reuters] As ECB ramps up QE, its stake in government bond markets may double

[Bloomberg] New Jersey's Credit Rating Outlook Revised to Negative by S&P

[Reuters] Mounting debts could derail China plans to cut steel, coal glut

[Bloomberg] China Inc. `Bleeding' From Yuan Devaluation Seeks Hedging Help

[Bloomberg] Investors Dump Bohai Bonds on 192 Billion Yuan Debt Report

[Bloomberg] Credit Suisse CEO Blindsided as Bank Added to Risky Positions

[NYT] Russia, Light on Cash, Weighs Risks of a Heavy Tax on Oil Giants

[Bloomberg] South African Inflation Climbs to 7%, Highest Since 2009

[Bloomberg] Lloyd's of London Takes `Massive Hit' From Low Investment Return

[Bloomberg] Helicopter Money Takes Flight as Latest Drastic Monetary Idea

[Washington Post] Indonesia rebuffs China’s demand that fishermen be released