The Daily Debt Rattle

Submitted by Raúl Ilargi Meijer  –  The Automatic Earth

2015 Is Turning Out to Be a Terrible Year for Investors (Bloomberg)
End Of World’s Biggest Ever Credit Boom Means More “Glencores” Ahead (Howell)
Traders Start Pricing Glencore Bonds Like Junk (FT)
Why Dow’s Three-Quarter Losing Streak Is A Big Deal (MarketWatch)
October 1 2015: China Factory Activity Picks Up To Beat Expectations (BBC)
Futures Soar After Chinese Composite PMI Drops To Lowest On Record (Zero Hedge)
China Cuts Minimum Home Down Payment for First-Time Buyers (Bloomberg)
Oil Suffers A Loss Of 24% For The Quarter (MarketWatch)
Market Moves That Aren’t Supposed to Happen Keep Happening (Tracy Alloway)
Wide Range Of Cars Emit More Pollution In Realistic Driving Conditions (Guardian)
VW Emissions Scandal: 1.2 Million UK Cars Affected (Guardian)
VW Board Considering Steps To Prop Up Credit Rating (Reuters)
Eurozone Inflation Turns Negative, Putting ECB In Corner (Reuters)
Tsipras Finds ‘Open Ears’ In US To Greek Appeal For Debt Relief (Kath.)
Greek Regulator Bans Short-Selling Of Bank Shares (Reuters)
How Greece Could Collapse The Eurozone (Satyajit Das)
Greek Shipowners Prepare to Weigh Anchor on Prospect of Higher Taxes (WSJ)
Iceland’s Next Collapse Is “Unavoidable,” Employers Union Warns (Bloomberg)
Obama Hands $1 Billion In Military Aid To Goverments Using Child Soldiers (CNN)
Millions Of Illegal Immigrants Will Overrun Trump’s ‘Beautiful Wall’ (Farrell)
Farmers Driven From Homes ‘Like Pests’ As Asia Plans 500 Dams (Bloomberg)

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