Monday, May 16, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Oil hits six-month highs on supply outages, Goldman forecast

[Bloomberg] Shadow Banks Make Diciest Loans While Wall Street Retains Risk

[Bloomberg] Dell Said to Offer Premium to Lure Buyers to EMC Bond Deal

[NYT] China Quietly Targets U.S. Tech Companies in Security Reviews

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Rally Lifts Commodities, Global Equities as Treasuries Slip

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Fall Toward Lowest Since March on China Data

[Bloomberg] Two-Minute Plunge Roils China H Shares as Futures Volume Soars

[Bloomberg] Rand Set for Two-Month Low After Reports Gordhan May Be Arrested

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise From One-Month Low as Japanese Equities Rally

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank’s Problems May Be ‘Insurmountable,’ Berenberg Says

[Bloomberg] Bull Market Losing Biggest Ally as Buybacks Fall Most Since 2009

[Reuters] SandRidge Energy files for bankruptcy protection

[Bloomberg] Central Bankers’ Wisdom Faulted as Gold Holdings Surge 25%

[Bloomberg] China Shipbuilder Evergreen Defaults on Bond Amid Cash Shortage

[FT] Beijing clampdown slows China spending spree on US property

[WSJ] China Challenged to Keep Yuan Stable as Dollar Rises

[Reuters] Why China's private sector needs a 'high degree of attention'

[Reuters] Carl Icahn's fund moves to large bearish stance: Barron's

[FT] The online lending hangover, part three

[WSJ] Will IPOs Pick Up? June Will Tell

[WSJ] ‘Elusive Risks’ Cited as Chinese Banks Blur Lines