Thursday, May 19, 2016

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stock Futures Signal Drop After Global Slump; Crude Climbs

[Bloomberg] Valeant Gets Notice of Default From Bondholders on Delayed 10-Q

[Bloomberg] Not Much Worries Bond Traders as Term Premium Falls to 1962 Lows

[Reuters] Lipper fund flows IG US$1.146bn inflow; HY US$1.135bn inflow

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Financial Chief Says Economy Worse Off Than He Imagined

[Bloomberg] Defaults Throw Wrench in China’s $3 Trillion Company Bond Engine

[CNBC] China says it's ready if US ‘stirs up any conflict’ in South China Sea

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Retreat to Six-Week Low as Fed Dents Bonds, Commodities

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Stocks Erase 2016 Gains as Fed Weighs June Hike

[Reuters] Asian stocks, gold fall as U.S. hike back on the cards; dollar jumps

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan’s Worst Drop in Four Months Evokes January Turmoil

[Bloomberg] Moody’s Cuts 2016 U.S. Growth Forecast, Cites Weak Global Demand

[Bloomberg] Trading Floors ‘Quiet’ as Revenue Drops, JPMorgan Analysts Say

[CNBC] Marc Faber: Forget the economy, the Fed is ‘market dependent’

[Bloomberg] Bank of America Just Downgraded Hotels Due to Threats Like Airbnb

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda vows to ease more if yen moves hurt price target

[Reuters] Now or later? Euro zone, IMF at odds over when Greece should get debt relief

[WSJ] Professor Suing ECB to Stop QE Warns of Legal Surprises in Coming Weeks

[Reuters] No urgent need or room for fiscal expansion in much of euro zone: Weidmann

[Reuters] China's desire for headline growth may hide longer-term risks: Moody's

[FT] Bankruptcy experts eye Asia boom as debt fears grow

[Reuters] Erdogan ally set to take over as Turkey's new prime minister