Thursday, March 31, 2016

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Sink With Oil as Dollar Extends Drop Before Payrolls

[Reuters] Market volatility pummels equity deals to lowest in seven years

[Bloomberg] World's Biggest Money Managers Can't Agree on Dollar's Direction

[Bloomberg] Valeant Sinks Deeper Into Junk as Moody's Lowers Rating

[Bloomberg] PBOC Hits Gas With One Foot, Brake With Other as Cities Diverge

[Bloomberg] Rajoy Struggles for Credibility as Spanish Deficit Misses Target

[Bloomberg] Indonesia Will Defend South China Sea Territory With F-16 Fighter Jets

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate as Dollar Slump Worsens, Treasuries Rise

[Bloomberg] Oil Trades Near 2-Week Low as Rising U.S. Stockpiles Expand Glut

[Bloomberg] Gold Heads for Best Quarterly Rally in 25 Years on Haven Demand

[Bloomberg] China Rating Outlook Cut at S&P on Risk of Slower Rebalancing

[Bloomberg] Meet the Haves and Have-Nots of U.S. Corporate Credit

[WSJ] Investors Pull Cash From Hedge Funds as Returns Lag Market

[Reuters] ECB could give 1,300 euros to bloc’s citizens, Nordea says

[Reuters] Spain registers bigger-than-expected deficit miss in 2015

[FT] What is the Petrobras scandal that is engulfing Brazil?

[Bloomberg] Mexico Risks Rating Downgrade on Pemex Woes, Moody's Says

[Bloomberg] PBOC's Zhou Outlines Plans to Promote IMF Currency Basket Use

[Reuters] China hits property policy jam as regional market gap widens

[Bloomberg] PBOC Discloses Currency Forward Positions Amid Intervention Bets

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Retail Sales Plunge the Most in 17 Years

[Reuters] China says Japan base shows its hypocrisy on South China Sea