Friday, February 5, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Tech Rout Caps Week of Reversals as Economy, Earnings Hit Stocks

[Reuters] Hedge funds post worst start to year since 2008 -HFR

[Bloomberg] Gundlach Says 'Frightening' Seeing Financial Stocks Below Crisis

[FT] Lending to emerging markets comes to halt

[WSJ] The Oil Rout’s Surprise Victims

[NYT] Conflicting Economic Indicators Challenge Fed’s Policy Makers

Friday's New Links

[Reuters] Wall St. falls sharply after jobs data, tech stock selloff

[Bloomberg] Trade Gap in U.S. Widens as Exports Fall to Four-Year Low

[Reuters] U.S.-based stock funds post 5th straight week of withdrawals: Lipper

[Reuters] Lipper fund flows IG US$1.451bn outflow; HY US$40.897m outflow

[Bloomberg] Payrolls in U.S. Climb as Jobless Rate Declines, Wages Rise

[Bloomberg] How Much Global Oil Output Halted Due to Low Prices? Just 0.1%

[CNBC] Citi: World economy seems trapped in ‘death spiral’

[Bloomberg] Canada Unemployment Rate Rises With Alberta’s Highest Since 1996

[Bloomberg] Brazil Inflation Unexpectedly Quickens to Fastest Since 2003

[Bloomberg] Chinese Brokers Post `Ugly' January Profits Amid Rout, CICC Says

[Bloomberg] China Foreign Reserves Head for Record Drop on Yuan Defense

[Bloomberg] Ukrainian Bonds Plummet as Government Unity Efforts Stumble

[Economist] Negative creep

[FT] Petrodollars as the new vendor-financing feedback loop of hell

[FT] Global financial stocks slide to new lows

[CNN] You thought Syria couldn't get much worse. Think again