Friday, June 17, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] S&P 500 Posts Worst Week Since April as Global Stress Burns Anew

[Bloomberg] Debate Blooms at Fed as Policy Makers Wrestle With ‘New Normal’

[FT, Authers] Market worries are deeper than the spectre of Brexit

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Sell-off abates as Brexit opinion seen shifting

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Climb With Pound After Brexit Campaign Suspended

[Bloomberg] Credit Traders Bolster Brexit Defenses as Leave Camp Pulls Ahead

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rebound as Weaker Yen Boosts Topix Amid Brexit Bets

[Bloomberg] Yuan Posts Weekly Decline Amid Economy Concern, MSCI Rejection

[Bloomberg] BOJ ready to offer dollar funding with 5 other c.banks if mkts disrupted by Brexit vote-source

[Nikkei Asia Review] Central banks mull dollar liquidity injection as Brexit looms

[Bloomberg] SocGen Warns of Currency Market Disruption on Day of EU Vote

[Forbes] Apple Ordered To Halt Sales of iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus In China After Patent Rule

[Reuters] U.S. taxable bond funds record largest 2016 withdrawals -Lipper

[Reuters] Japan finmin says deeply concerned about yen rise, vows urgent response

[Bloomberg] Pain Endures for Hedge Funds as More Are Shuttered Than Started

[FT] Hedge funds culled as performance sags

[Bloomberg] ECB Bubble Means Sovereign Bonds Aren’t Worth It, Swiss Re Says

[Bloomberg, Gilbert] Negative German Yields Are Evidence of ECB Exhaustion

[Reuters] U.S. says it will stay in Black Sea despite Russian warning