Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Set for Mixed Start After U.S., Europe Rallies Pause

[Bloomberg] BOJ Is Running Out of Room to Buy Bonds Amid Stimulus: Chart

[Reuters] Wall Street moves lower on mixed earnings rep

[Reuters] Erdogan targets more than 50,000 in purge after failed Turkish coup

[WSJ] S&P Lowers Deutsche Bank Outlook to Negative From Stable

[FT] Turkey bank pulls bond at last minute on investor aversion

[FT] Fund managers expect radical new stimulus from central banks

[FT] Ukraine fighting threatens to reignite full-scale conflict

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Turkey's lira tumbles after report on dismissal of all university deans

[Bloomberg] Stocks Take a Breather as Earnings Disappoint, Treasuries Gain

[Reuters] Asian shares dip, crude oil extends losses

[Bloomberg] More and More Investors Think Central Banks and Governments Will Bring Out the Chopper

[Bloomberg] Turkey Cuts Overnight Lending Rate Following Failed Coup

[BBC] Turkey PM vows to purge Gulen movement 'by the roots'

[Bloomberg] EU Stance in Italian Bank Bail-In Talks Boosted by Top Court

[Bloomberg] These Sicilian Mortgages Show How Difficult It Is to Rescue Italian Banks

[CNBC] German business confidence falls to lowest level since November 2012

[WSJ] Fed Officials Gain Confidence They Can Raise Rates This Year

[Reuters] Luxury home sales plunge in Long Island's tony Hamptons

[Bloomberg] ECB Fast Exhausting German Bonds for QE Buying as Yields Tumble

[Bloomberg] Europe Hedge Funds Shrink and Shutter as Turmoil Hurts Returns

[Bloomberg] China Fuels Speculation Bad-Debt-for-Equity Swaps Starting Soon

[Bloomberg] Vanke Share Slide May Spur Liquidity Squeeze at Baoneng Fund

[Bloomberg, Gilbert] The Hidden Risk to Sovereign Bonds

[FT] Outflows accelerate from US active funds

[Bloomberg] Soaring Temperatures Will Make It Too Hot to Work, UN Warns

[Reuters] Turkey vows to remove Gulen movement 'by its roots' after failed coup

[Reuters] Philippines says it rejected China offer of talks on South China Sea

[Bloomberg] Vietnam Faults as ‘Untruthful’ China Media Reports on Sea Ruling

[Bloomberg] North Korea Launches Ballistic Missiles Into Sea of Japan