Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Yen’s Jump to 20-Month High Spurs BOJ Easing Bets as Fed Holds

[Bloomberg] Dollar Extends Drop Ahead of BOJ as Japan Bonds Jump; Oil Sinks

[WSJ] Wary Fed Rethinks Pace of Hikes

[Bloomberg] Fed Skips June Increase as Six Officials See One 2016 Hike

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Surge as Fed Holds Rates Unchanged, Signals Slow Pace

[CNBC] Yellen: Brexit was a factor in decision, could have economic consequences for US

[Bloomberg] The Fed’s New Dot Plot

[Bloomberg] Oil Caps Longest Losing Streak in Four Months

[Bloomberg] Rio de Janeiro State Slammed With Two-Notch Downgrade by Fitch

[NYT] Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady and Plans Slower Increases


Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound With Emerging Markets Before Fed; Pound Advances

[Bloomberg] Brexit Woe Splits Europe’s Bond Market in Recall of Debt Crisis

[Reuters] Asian shares volatile amid Brexit worries, MSCI China decision

[Bloomberg] Yuan Sinks Beyond Five-Year Low as MSCI Rejection Saps Sentiment

[Reuters] BOJ makes contingency plans for Brexit, sees dollar squeeze, yen spike as risks

[Bloomberg] China’s Bank Lending Rebounds; Good for Growth, Bad for Risk

[Reuters] China pump-priming fans "vicious cycle" debt-and-growth fears

[WSJ] Credit-Card Warning Sends Synchrony Shares Dropping

[WSJ] China’s Yuan Shudders Despite Beijing’s Campaign to Steady the Currency

[FT] China rows back on state-sector reforms

[Reuters] U.S. Third Fleet expands East Asia role as tensions rise with China

[Bloomberg] China’s South China Sea Meeting With Asean Ends in Disarray