Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Yellen Spurs Global Stock Rally as Oil Rebounds, Dollar Tumbles

[Bloomberg] Japan's Industrial Output Falls as Weak Exports Sap Demand

[Bloomberg] Yellen's Stop Sign Sends Greenback to Worst Month Since 2011

[NYT] Simmering for Decades, Anger About Trade Boils Over in ’16 Election

[WSJ] Another Condo Bust Looms in Miami

[MarketWatch] Venture-capital firms raising money at highest rate in more than 15 years

[CNBC] Illinois' epic budget fail sets a dubious record

[Bloomberg] Rousseff Approval Near Lows as Impeachment Vote Looms in Brazil

[Bloomberg] Brazil Posts Largest Budget Deficit for February Ever

[Bloomberg] China Oil Giants Take Spending Cuts Deeper as Profits Shrink

[Bloomberg] Red Flag Rising for India Finances as Migrant Remittances Shrink

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Weaker on Cautious Yellen as Asian Index Futures Diverge

[Bloomberg] Yellen Takes Control of Fed Message to Stress Gradual Approach

[CNBC] Energy woes crush lending pipeline

[Reuters] Brazil's biggest party quits coalition, Rousseff isolated

[Bloomberg] Zhou, Finance Chiefs to Discuss Crisis Planning in Paris Forum

[Bloomberg] China's Large Banks Wary on Li Keqiang's Plan for Bad Loans

[NYT] The Fall of China’s Hedge-Fund King

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Markets 2015 Debt Trading Lowest Since 2009, EMTA Says

[Bloomberg] Brazil February Primary Budget Deficit Wider Than All Forecasts

[Reuters] Families of U.S. personnel ordered to leave parts of Turkey amid security concerns

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Yellen Says Caution in Raising Rates Is ‘Especially Warranted’

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Retreat as Oil Slides While Investors Await Yellen

[Bloomberg] Crude Oil Extends Declines, Weighing on Stocks as Bonds Advance

[Bloomberg] Brazil Real Leads Losses in World Currencies After Reverse Swap

[Reuters] Brazil party set to abandon Rousseff, making impeachment more likely

[Reuters] Brazil lending falls as defaults stay at five-year high

[Reuters] SunEdison at risk of bankruptcy, unit says; shares plummet

[Bloomberg] Shorts Crowding Into Texas Banks Bet Energy Pain Isn't Over

[Bloomberg] Flood of Central Bank Moves Can't Lift World Out of Rut

[Reuters] Fed's Williams urges U.S. central bank to stay on track with rate rises

[Bloomberg] Dollar Rally Stutters as Traders Wary Yellen to Side With Doves

[Reuters] China’s credit hose leaves many firms parched

[Bloomberg] Lenders ‘Freaking Out’ Over London Luxury Home Woes

[Reuters] Insight-For banks, ECB policy experiment opens north-south divide

[Reuters] Euro area lending grows at fastest pace since 2011 in Feb

[Reuters] Exclusive: Hedge fund Luxor Capital alters terms of withdrawal plan

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Kept Climbing in January

[WSJ] Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns: A Financial-Crisis Mystery Is Solved

[Bloomberg] China Considers Tightening Control Over Internet Websites

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Nurses Losses After Rally as Most Asian Stocks, Oil Slide

[Bloomberg] Barclays Warns Commodities May Slump on `Rush for the Exits'

[Bloomberg] The Credit Card Loophole That Gets Around China's Capital Curbs

[NYT] Automakers Expanding in China May Soon Face Weakening Demand