Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise as Crude Rally Buoys Energy Shares, Yen Drops

[CNBC] Valeant shares fall on default fears

[Reuters] Brazil's Rousseff decries conspiracy as impeachment advances

[AP] US budget deficit up sharply to $108 billion in March

[Washington Post] How China’s fishermen are fighting a covert war in the South China Sea

[NYT] Chinese Scions’ Song: My Daddy’s Rich and My Lamborghini’s Good-Looking



Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Advances to Four-Month High as U.S. Shale Production Slides

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate as Earnings Disappoint, Crude Advances

[Bloomberg] Gold Climbs to Three-Week High as Rate Outlook Undermines Dollar

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Decline as Premier Li Flags Pressures on Economy

[Reuters] U.S. small business confidence hits new two-year low

[WSJ] Banks Face Massive New Headache on Oil Loans

[Bloomberg] Wells Fargo Misjudged the Risks of Energy Financing

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Abandoning Dollar's Biggest Bull Run in a Generation

[Reuters] ECB policy causing 'extraordinary problems', says Germany's Schaeuble

[Reuters] ECB in line with IMF on need for strong policies for Greece- Coeure

[Bloomberg] Brazil's Impeachment Showdown Is Unfolding Unlike Any Other

[Reuters] China steps up crackdown on underground banks - regulator

[Bloomberg] `Brexit' Fallout Could Cause Severe Global Damage, IMF Warns

[Reuters] IMF cuts global growth forecast, warns of stagnation risk

[AP] Finance officials facing a chronically weak global economy

[Bloomberg] Cash Flees South Africa in Longest Run of Outflows Since '99

[Bloomberg] Saudi Rating Cut for First Time at Fitch on Lower Oil Prices

[Bloomberg] China Tells G-7 to Stop `Hyping' Sea Disputes, Focus on Economy