Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China Inflation Fastest Since Mid-2014 as Food Prices Jump

[Bloomberg] Once-Treasured Pipelines Facing a `Culling' as Drillers Go Bust

[Bloomberg] New Zealand Dollar Falls as Central Bank Unexpectedly Cuts Rate

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Gain With Commodities as Euro Fluctuates Before ECB

[Bloomberg] The ETF Files: How the U.S. government inadvertently launched a $3 trillion industry.

[Bloomberg] College Endowments in U.S. Show Losses in Volatile Stock Markets

[Bloomberg] Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Q&A: 5 Years Down, 40 More to Go

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Asia shares retreat from two-month high on China, oil concerns

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Rally Unwinds as Won Tumbles With Chinese Stocks

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] Fed Likely to Stand Pat on Rates, Keep Options Open for April or June

[Bloomberg] Draghi Has Banking Chiefs Bemoaning ECB's Negative-Rate Push

[Bloomberg] PBOC Using Stealth Intervention as Reserves Decline, Daiwa Says

[Reuters] Japan central bank to hold off rate cut amid unstable bond market - sources

[WSJ] China, Fighting Money Exodus, Squeezes Business

[Bloomberg] Lehman Lawyer Warns China Distressed Debt Investors: Expect Pain

[Bloomberg] Gold's Best Start Since 1974 Shows It's Not Just Inflation Hedge

[Bloomberg] Failed Trades in 10-Year Treasury Soar as Note Stays `Special'

[Bloomberg] U.S. to Counter Putin by Sending Europe More Tanks, Helicopters