Sunday, April 10, 2016

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Decline as Japanese Shares Slump Amid Economic Data

[Bloomberg] Panama Furor Rumbles Into Second Week as Global Pressure Mounts

[Reuters] U.S. banks' dismal first quarter may spell trouble for 2016

[Bloomberg] BlackRock Joins $46 Billion Japan Pullout

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets That Fueled Agriculture Boom Now Driving a Bust

[Bloomberg] Comcast's Cavanagh Is Highest-Paid U.S. CFO With $41 Million

[Reuters] Exclusive: Bank of Italy conducting supervisory inspection at Bank of China offices

[Reuters] Tsipras demonises IMF to rally troops for bailout sacrifices

[Reuters] IMF supports move to negative rates by some central banks

[Reuters] German criticism of ECB gets louder as politicians say savers are losing out

[Reuters] Italy government calls meeting Monday to finalise bank fund plan: sources

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Austria's FMA imposes big haircut, long wait on Heta creditors

[Bloomberg] BOJ's Backfire Hangs Over Central Bankers as IMF Meetings Start

[Bloomberg] Greece Points Finger at IMF for Bailout Delay as Talks Continue

[Washington Post] How Panama ended up in the middle of a financial scandal

[Reuters] Societe Generale headquarters searched in Panama probe

[AP] Hong Kong Emerges as Hub for Creating Offshore Companies

[Washington Post] Why ‘in-law’ is banned in Beijing

[FT] US faces ‘disastrous’ $3.4tn pension funding hole

[Bloomberg] Ukraine's Embattled Prime Minister Resigns

[Bloomberg] U.S. Seeks to Put South China Sea on Table at G-7 Meeting