Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Fed warns U.S. equity valuations 'well above' median

[Bloomberg] Yellen Leads Fed in Retreat as Reasons for Rate Hikes Fade

[NYT] Janet Yellen Hints That Fed May Hold Back on Raising Interest Rates

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Gain as Treasuries Rise Before Yellen’s Testimony

[Reuters] 'In' lead cut to just 1 point ahead of UK's EU vote: poll

[Reuters] Britain's EU referendum nail-bitingly close two days before vote

[Bloomberg] Bookies Say It’s Almost All Over as Gamblers See No Brexit

[Bloomberg] Oi Bankruptcy Sends Shockwaves Through Brazil’s Financial System

[Bloomberg] Rupee Drops for Second Day as Outflows From Indian Bonds Quicken

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Mid-Month Inflation Slows More Than All Forecasts

[Reuters] Euro Zone Reform Efforts Have 'Fallen by the Wayside' With ECB Easing-S&P

[CNBC] Germany's highest court rejects legal challenges against ECB

[Reuters] Yellen makes 'uncertainty' new mantra as market doubts Fed view

[WSJ] What to Watch for in Janet Yellen’s Congressional Testimony

[Bloomberg] Pimco Says ‘Storm Is Brewing’ in U.S. Commercial Real Estate

[Bloomberg] Asia's Bank Profits Face a Powerful Storm, McKinsey Says

[Bloomberg] China Inc. Seeks Rehab for Short-Term Debt Addiction

[WSJ] Chinese Cash Disappearing Down Credit Black Hole

[Reuters] Exclusive: ECB reviews banks' lending to troubled shipping industry - sources

[NYT] Whether Britain Stays or Goes, Discontent Will Remain