Sunday, May 8, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Fluctuate as Crude, Raw-Material Prices Retreat

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Extend Declines as China Trade Data Disappoint

[Reuters] China stocks plunge again as hopes for economic recovery fade

[Reuters] China steel, iron ore futures dive as demand worries batter commodities

[Bloomberg] European Stock Gains Defy China Data That Hurt Metals; Oil Rises

[Bloomberg] The Cold, Hard Facts Raining on China's Commodity Parade

[Bloomberg] China's Communist Party Mouthpiece Warns on Debt Levels

[Reuters] China debt-fueled stimulus may lead to recession - People's Daily

[WSJ] China Continues to Prop Up Its Ailing Factories, Adding to Global Glut

[Bloomberg] Chinese Imports From Hong Kong Raise Red Flag Amid Yuan Worries

[Bloomberg] Brazil Police Detain Rousseff's Former Finance Minister Mantega

[Bloomberg] Turkish Political Turmoil Prompts Banks to Turn Bearish on Lira

[Bloomberg] High Rollers Are Flocking to ‘Hotel HYG’ in Record Numbers

[WSJ] Merger Breakups Increase to Record

[WSJ] Windfall for Central Banks Fuels Political Pressure

[Dow Jones] LendingClub CEO Resigns Over Loan Review

[Bloomberg] Miami Suddenly Has a Glut of Plush Hotel Suites

[Bloomberg] Greece Seeks to Unlock Aid as Impasse Risks Political Unrest

[NYT] Greek Debt Talks Enter Familiar Summer Tumult

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China's Stocks Fall to Seven-Week Low as Material Shares Slump

[Bloomberg] Most Asian Stocks Rise After U.S. Payrolls as Japan Drives Gains

[Reuters] China foreign exchange trading moves into shadows as Beijing tightens screws

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China Revamps Credit Expansion as PBOC Balance Sheet Shrinks

[Bloomberg] Saudi Shakeup Helps End Gulf Stocks' Worst Streak in Two Months

[Bloomberg] IMF Urges Action as Negative Rates Infect Danish Property Market

[Reuters] China April exports, imports decline more than expected