Monday, June 20, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Shakes Off Brexit in Longest Rally for 5 Years; Pound Wavers

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Retreat After Brexit Bounce as Yen Weighs on Japan

[Bloomberg] Brexit Vote in the Balance as Polls Differ Over Which Side Leads

[Reuters] Soros says pound fall after Brexit would be bigger, more disruptive than 'Black Wednesday'

[Bloomberg] Oi Seeks Bankruptcy Protection as Talks With Creditors Stall

[Washington Post] In rare move, the Navy sends two aircraft carriers near the Philippines

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Surge With Pound as Brexit Chances Decline; Naira Weakens

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Assets Rally as Remain Gathers Momentum in U.K.

[Bloomberg] Rupee Tumbles Most Since January as Rajan’s Exit Roils Markets

[Bloomberg] Why Wall Street's Worried About the End of Rajan's Reign

[Bloomberg] Brexit Angst Leaves Almost No Currency Untouched With Days to Go

[Bloomberg] Japan Exports Decline for Eighth Consecutive Month in May

[Reuters] German growth to slow sharply in second quarter before rebound: Bundesbank

[Dow Jones] Southern California May See Summer Blackouts as Gas Leak's Effects Linger

[Bloomberg] China’s Housing Market in Flux as Price Recovery Tapering Off

[Bloomberg] Canada Banks, Mortgage Insurers Can Weather Home Shock: Moody’s

[NYT] What Is ‘Brexit’? A Look at the Debate and Its Wider Meaning

[Dow Jones] German Minister Suggests Split Over Moscow