Friday, July 24, 2015

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Decline as Biotechnology, Commodities Shares Retreat

[Bloomberg] Junk-Debt Market Rocked as Cautious Creditors Stymie New Deals

[Dow Jones] Treasury Yields Record Largest 2-week Decline In 4 Months

[FT] Commodity currencies at multiyear lows

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Are Holding First-Ever Gold Net-Short Position

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market Currencies Tumble to Record Low in 'Violent' Selloff

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Head for Weekly Drop on China PMI; Rand Weakens

[Bloomberg] Sales of U.S. New Homes Unexpectedly Fall to Seven-Month Low

[Reuters] China factories falter, commodities take the hit

[Bloomberg] Why the Price of Stocks in China Matters to U.S. Credit Buyers

[Bloomberg] Asia Currencies Decline as Chinese Data Compounds Growth Concern

[Bloomberg] Copper Extends Slump to Lowest Since ’09 Amid Commodities Rout

[Bloomberg] China to Allow Wider Yuan Trading Range, State Council Says

[Bloomberg] Former Chinese Regulator Criticizes Government Stock Rescue

[Bloomberg] The Meaning of China’s Stock Market Intervention

[NYT] China’s Global Ambitions, With Loans and Strings Attached

[Bloomberg] This Is What Bridgewater Said About China's Stock Market

[Bloomberg] Brazil Sees Risk to 2016 Inflation After Budget Target Eased

[Bloomberg] Calling End to Latin American Currency Rout Now a Fool’s Errand

[Dow Jones] Miners Shed Thousands of Jobs as Commodities Prices Slide

[Bloomberg] Abe Battles to Prevent Support Slipping Toward Danger Zone

[Bloomberg] Murder, Poisoning, Raids: It’s Election Season in Russia

[Reuters] China says has every right to drill in East China Sea

[Bloomberg, Pesek] Cheap Money Is Here to Stay