Friday, June 3, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Tumbles Most Since December as Jobs Data Dim Fed Outlook

[Bloomberg] Weak U.S. Jobs Report Kills Hopes for June Fed Rate Hike

[Bloomberg] German, U.K. Bond Yields End Week at Record Lows as Havens Rally

[Bloomberg] Bond Rally Squeezes Hedge Funds That Were Most Short Since 2007

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Exploding Debt-to-GDP Is Going to Become a Problem Soon

[Bloomberg] Goldman Flags $1 Trillion Reason for Fed to Go Slow on Rates

[Reuters] It's China vs. the US at sea — and for Beijing, it's personal

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar and Stocks Slide, Bonds Rally With Gold After Jobs Data

[Bloomberg] Bond Traders Wipe June Fed Hike Off Table on Job-Market Stunner

[Bloomberg] Gold Surges Most in 11 Weeks as Payrolls Data Quashes Fed Bets

[Bloomberg] Employers in U.S. Add 38,000 Workers, Fewest in Almost Six Years

[Reuters] Fed likely to avoid rate hike before Britain votes on leaving EU

[AP] US trade deficit increases 5.3 percent to $37.4 billion

[Reuters] China May services growth cools to three-month low, hiring slows: Caixin PMI

[Bloomberg] Lew Says China’s Overcapacity Skewing Markets; U.S. to Push Cuts

[WSJ/Yahoo] US-China trade troubles grow

[Reuters] The chase is on as investors find creative ways to bet against yuan

[Reuters] Negative rates push Japanese investors into U.S. Treasuries, mortgage bonds

[FT] Negative-yield debt breaks $10tn level for first time

[CNBC] New car, new reality: Auto loan borrowing hits fresh highs

[CNBC] Jamie Dimon just sounded the alarm on auto loans

[Reuters] Bundesbank cuts German GDP forecasts on weaker export demand

[Bloomberg] U.S. Walks a Fine Line on China Message Before Big Defense Forum