Thursday, April 7, 2016

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Tumble After Rally Amid Renewed Worries on Growth

[Reuters] Dollar continues slump against yen as BOJ seen unlikely to act

[CNBC] Yellen: Positive about progress in ending 'too big to fail'

[CNBC] The end of short covering and 'Fed put' spells market trouble

[Bloomberg] Getting Money Out of China, One Swipe at a Time

[Reuters] Support for Germany's ruling parties sinks: poll

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall Most in Two Months on Growth Worries; Yen Gains

[Bloomberg] Yen Strengthens Toward 108 as Traders Deaf to Japan's Jawboning

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Rebound With Oil as Fed Minutes Calm Investors

[Bloomberg] China Foreign Exchange Reserves Rise for First Time in Five Months

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Faces Ghosts of the Asian Financial Crisis, Daiwa Says

[NYT] Panama Papers Tie More of China’s Elite to Secret Accounts

[NYT] Megamergers Face Deterrents in the United States

[NYT] From Wall Street Banking, a New Wave of Fintech Investors

[Reuters] ECB sets boundaries to action against global slowdown

[Reuters] ECB governors 'broadly' agreed on March action amid some reservations - minutes

[Bloomberg] Fed Chairs Since 1979 Offer Peek Into Central-Bank Philosophy

[FT] US credit cycle has already turned; defaults to rise

[FT] Japan lashes out against yen’s rise

[FT] Asia liquidity stress rises to highest level since 2009: Moody’s