Friday, May 13, 2016

Friday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] S&P 500 Extends Losses to One-Month Low After Retail Sales Data

[Reuters] U.S. energy bankruptcy wave surges despite recovering oil prices

[Bloomberg] Dell Takes Center Stage After $74 Billion Global Bond Bonanza

[Bloomberg] Egypt Credit Outlook Cut to Negative by S&P on Finance Pressure

[Bloomberg] U.S. Bee Colonies Continue to Decline as Pests, Chemicals Blamed


Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Extends Gains on Retail Sales Data as Stocks Pare Losses

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Decline for Fourth Week on Global Growth Concern

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Head for Longest Weekly Losing Streak in Two Years

[Bloomberg] China’s Steel Futures Suffer Biggest Weekly Retreat on Record

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan at Two-Month Low on Dollar Rally, Growth Concern

[Reuters] U.S.-based junk, emerging-markets funds post worst outflow since Jan: Lipper

[Bloomberg] Student Debt Is Eating Into the Household Budget

[Reuters] California may cut spending plan amid lower than expected tax receipts

[Bloomberg] China Credit Expansion Moderates Amid Warning on Debt Binge

[Reuters] Growth in China fiscal spending slows in April, revenues up

[Reuters] China's non-performing loans hit 11-year high - regulator

[Bloomberg] China Green Energy Firms Have Record Debt Due as Yingli Defaults

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong’s Economy Unexpectedly Contracts in First Quarter

[Reuters] SWIFT says second bank hit by malware attack

[FT] Equity outflows hit nearly $90bn in 2016

[WSJ] Hedge Fund Star: We Are ‘Under Assault’

[Bloomberg] Big Oil Gobbles Up Record Debt as Borrowing Costs Decline

[Reuters] Eight Turkish soldiers, 22 militants killed as violence widens in southeast