Thursday, July 7, 2016

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Yen rallies as U.S. jobs report looms, sterling surrenders gains

[Reuters] Oil down 5 percent to two-month lows as U.S. crude draw disappoints

[Bloomberg] No One Really Knows What Open-Ended Funds Will Do

[Reuters] Once red-hot, UK real estate investments run into trouble

[Reuters] UK consumer confidence fell at fastest pace in 22 years post-Brexit - Telegraph

[Bloomberg] Xi Boosts Party Say in China’s $18 Trillion State Company Sector

[WSJ] The Real Post-Brexit Risk Is in Residential Property

[FT] Bremer Landesbank bond hit as bailout hopes fade

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stocks and sterling bounce after Brexit bashing

[Bloomberg] Yen Gains on Haven Bid as Brexit Hits More U.K. Property Funds

[Bloomberg] A Look Inside the Complex Web of UK Property Funds

[Bloomberg] Monte Paschi Bonds Drop as Italy-Europe Talks Halt in Deadlock

[Reuters] Italy's bad loan woes tiny compared to Europe's derivative problem -Renzi

[Bloomberg] Fitch Says Brexit to Pile Pressure on Europe Government Ratings

[Bloomberg] Populist Politicians Take On Italy’s Massive Debt Pile

[Reuters] China's innovation economy a real estate bubble in disguise?

[Reuters] China banks' NPLs exceed $299 billion at end May, NPL ratio tops 2 pct-regulator

[Reuters] China's June forex reserves unexpectedly rise to $3.21 trillion

[NYT] Italy’s Plan for Banks Could Roil Europe

[FT] S&P sounds alarm on hedge fund reinsurers

[FT] Sovereign downgrades hit new record

[WSJ] Central Banks Put Squeeze on Sovereign-Debt Market

[Reuters] Beijing warns U.S. on sovereignty ahead of South China Sea ruling

[NYT] Decision, Maybe Momentous, Nears in Case China Has Tried to Ignore