Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] SunEdison Misses Payment on Convertible Bonds, Facing Default

[CNBC] Hedge funds post best gains in 4 years in March

[WSJ] Brazil’s Economy Tanks as Political Upheaval Looms

[Bloomberg] Japan Inc. Profits Head for Biggest Abe-Era Drop on Stronger Yen

[Bloomberg] China and India Have Different Answers for Their Debt Messes

[Bloomberg] NYC Pension Weighs Liquidating $1.5 Billion Hedge Fund Portfolio

Wednesdays News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Erase 2016 Losses on China Data as Metals Advance

[Reuters] Asia shares extend rally on China trade relief

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales Unexpectedly Fall as U.S. Consumers Scrimp

[Bloomberg] Coal Slump Sends Mining Giant Peabody Energy Into Bankruptcy

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Sets Aside More Cash to Cover Souring Oil and Gas Loans

[Bloomberg] IMF Warns of Possible ‘Spiral’ of Waning Growth, Escalating Debt

[Bloomberg] IMF Says Global Financial Risks Rising as Growth Outlook Weakens

[Bloomberg] The Beginning of the End of Central Bank Easing

[Reuters] Panama raids offices of Mossack Fonseca law firm

[Reuters] Exclusive: IMF says Greek debt 'highly unsustainable', debt relief 'essential' - draft memorandum

[Bloomberg] China Steelmaker Misses Third Bond Payment as Defaults Spread

[Reuters] China's steel glut: years in the making, years to resolve

[CNBC] China exports rise at fastest pace in a year in March

[Bloomberg] Blaming Draghi Finally Unites Merkel's Fractious Coalition

[Reuters] IMF's Furusawa warns of limits to further BOJ rate cuts

[Bloomberg] Malaysia's 1MDB Fund Says It May Be Victim of $3.5 Billion Fraud

[Reuters] Russia jets make 'simulated attack' passes near US destroyer: US

[NPR] A Primer On The Complicated Battle For The South China Sea