Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Extend Four-Month High as Commodities Shares Jump

[Bloomberg] PBOC Signals Less Appetite for Stimulus as Outlook Strengthens

[Bloomberg] Weaker Dollar Sparks Commodities Rally; Earnings Weigh on Stocks

[Bloomberg] Intel Cuts 12,000 Jobs, Forecast Misses as PC Blight Takes Toll

[Reuters] Big U.S. banks grapple with costs as they face an ominous 2016

[Bloomberg] China Faces Make-or-Break Moment, Says Forecaster of Japan Slide

[Bloomberg] Rio Warns of Fiscal Collapse as Brazil States Seek Debt Relief

[Bloomberg] BoC's Poloz Says Global Monetary Stimulus Is Reaching its Limit

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Rally on Crude, Earnings as Emerging Markets Jump

[Bloomberg] Housing Starts in U.S. Slumped More Than Forecast in March

[Reuters] U.S. housing data adds to signs of weak first-quarter GDP growth

[Bloomberg] Goldman First-Quarter Profit Plunges 60% as Revenue Drops

[CNBC] Wall Street banking revenue is in free fall, and here's why

[Bloomberg] Low ECB Rates Leave Germans Worried About Dwindling Savings

[Reuters] Next ECB president must be German, Merkel's Bavarian allies say

[WSJ] UBS Chairman Weber Warns Against More ECB Stimulus

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Leverage Faces New Scrutiny by Top U.S. Regulator

[WSJ] U.S. Regulators to Focus on Borrowing at Large Hedge Funds

[Reuters] China growth hopes reduce urgency of more stimulus steps, policy advisers say