Thursday, April 21, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop on Tech Earnings; Yen Weakens as Crude Gains

[Reuters] Yen sinks on potential for Bank of Japan stimulus expansion

[Bloomberg] Make No Mistake: Puerto Rico Will Default on May 2, Moody's Says

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Head for Biggest Weekly Drop Since January's Rout

[Bloomberg] China's Great Ball of Money Is Rushing Into Commodities Futures

[Reuters] China commodity exchanges crack down on speculation as rebar volumes soar

[Bloomberg] As Global Stocks Rally, China's Markets Send More Ominous Signal

[Bloomberg] BOJ Officials Are Said to Eye Possible Negative Rate on Loans

[Bloomberg] Greece Eyes Path to Lifeline as Fiscal Resurrection in Doubt

[Bloomberg] Italy, Spain Seen Most Vulnerable to Sovereign Caps Risk: Chart

[Reuters] Lipper fund flows: IG US$1.355bn inflow, HY US$409.9m inflow

[Reuters] U.S. split deepens over Putin's intentions in Syria civil war

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Drop as Japan Falls on Yen, Investors Weigh Earnings

[Bloomberg] S&P 500 Loses Grip on 4-Month High as Stocks Fall Amid Earnings

[Bloomberg] Microsoft Profit Misses Estimates on Weak PC Market

[Reuters] Merkel says criticism in Germany of ECB is not interference

[FT] Junk downgrades already outpace 2015

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Falls Along With Oil; Euro Erases Gain After Draghi

[Bloomberg] Oil Trades Near 5-Month High as U.S. Crude Production Declines

[Bloomberg] ECB's Draghi Defiant After Central Bank Keeps Rates on Hold

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says Stimulus Is Working as ECB Defends Independence

[CNBC] The Germans are revolting over ECB policy

[Bloomberg] SunEdison Joins Crowded List of Commodity Bankruptcies This Year

[Bloomberg] Fallen Angels Tumble at Fastest Rate Since Crisis, Moody's Says

[Bloomberg] Welcome to The China Debt, Shadow Banking, Wealth Management Product Nexus

[Reuters] China looks overseas in bid to slim down bloated steel sector

[Bloomberg] China Top Fund May Cut Corporate Bond Exposure as Defaults Surge

[Time] Meet the Man Who Would Be Brazil’s Next President After Impeachment

[WSJ] China’s Xi Adds ‘Commander-in-Chief’ to His Titles

[Reuters] U.S. says China's intentions in South China Sea raise tension and questions

[Reuters] White House concerned Russia moving military equipment into Syria