Monday, November 2, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Six Ways to Gauge How Fast China's Economy Is Actually Growing

[Reuters] Erdogan says world must respect Turkish election result

[UK Guardian] US overtakes Caymans and Singapore as haven for assets of super-rich

[Reuters] Merkel's coalition woes deepen with row over refugee transit zones

[Reuters] U.S. Navy plans two or more patrols in South China Sea per quarter

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] No Credit? No Problem as Auto Lender Taps Subprime Bond Appetite

[Bloomberg] Paul Singer Says Aug. 24 Shows Stock, Bond Markets Are 'Unsound'

[Reuters] Global factories struggle as stimulus fails to spur

[Bloomberg] Manufacturing in U.S. Stagnated in October on Weak Global Sales

[Bloomberg] These Charts Suggest the Market May Have Had Enough of Share Buybacks

[Bloomberg] How Changing Global Demographics Could Destroy One of the Most Popular Ideas in Portfolio Management

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Downgrades Valeant After Market's Loss of Confidence

[Bloomberg] China Bonds Decline for Fourth Day as PBOC Rate Cuts Seen Ending

[Bloomberg] Hidili Says Not in Position to Pay Bonds as China Defaults Mount

[Bloomberg] Here's How Much QE Helped Wall Street Steamroll Main Street

[Bloomberg] China's `Hedge Fund Brother No.1' Is Now Target of Insider Probe

[NYT] Chinese Manager of Highflying Funds Is Arrested in Insider Trading Case

[FT] Saudi role as ‘central banker’ for oil is eroded

[USAT] Airline blames 'external impact' for Egypt crash