Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Bullard Signals Support for Rate Rise Delay on Inflation Outlook

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rally as Hardest-Hit Shares in 2016 Continue Rebound

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Rating Cut Further Into Junk Territory by S&P

[Reuters] Global downturn spurred Fed to consider changing rate path: minutes

[Bloomberg] Fed Frets Corporate Credit Crunch Will Crimp Economic Growth

[Reuters] Exclusive: Radioactive material stolen in Iraq raises security fears

[Time] Ankara Bombing the Latest in Turkey’s Deadly Cycle of Violence

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street up as oil prices boost energy, materials stocks

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Advance With Oil as Treasuries, Yen Erase Gains

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Fall for Second Day as Energy Shares Retreat

[Dow Jones] U.S. Housing Starts Fell 3.8% in January

[Reuters] Oil market shows deep doubt over output freeze

[Bloomberg] China Ramps Up Rhetoric, Plans New Steps to Juice Up Economy

[Bloomberg] China Debt Binge Spurs S&P Warning as Magnus Sees `Big Problems'

[Bloomberg] China's Markets Risk 2009 Timewarp as New Lending Surges: Chart

[Bloomberg] Fortress Hedge Fund Seeing 'More Cracks' in Credit Markets

[BloombergGadfly] China's Subprime Crisis Is Here

[FT] Chinese bank hit by $4.9bn loan fraud

[Reuters] Vietnam PM wants stronger U.S. role in South China Sea

[Washington Post] Chinese missiles apparently deployed in South China Sea as Obama meets rivals