Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Drop, Yen Strengthens as Growth Worries Resurface

[Bloomberg] Europe’s Tumbling Lenders Lose Almost Half Their Value in a Year

[Bloomberg] Yen’s Surge Shows Currency Traders Had Divergence Bet Backward

[Reuters] Erdogan says Turkey's coup script was 'written abroad'

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Drop as Bank Woes Highlight Economic Gloom; Yen Advances

[Reuters] European shares hit two-week lows, yen rises after Japan backs stimulus

[Bloomberg] Oil Slump Sinks Asian Stocks as Yen Weakens; Aussie Bonds Jump

[Reuters] Japan approves $130 billion fiscal steps as BOJ denies curbing stimulus

[Bloomberg] China Shipbuilder Flags Bond Repayment Risks as Economy Slumps

[Bloomberg] The Humbling of American Tech Giants in China

[Bloomberg] Central Bankers Float New Currency System, Safety Net at Confab

[Reuters] IMF urges Japan to coordinate fiscal stimulus with further BOJ easing

[Bloomberg] Now We Have Two Answers to the ECB Corporate Liquidity Question

[Bloomberg] The Canadian Housing Boom Fueled by China’s Billionaires

[FT] European bank shares fall in brutal start to August

[FT] The vanishing market value of European banks: charts

[WSJ] Student-Loan Defaulters in a Standoff With Federal Government

[FT] Japanese bonds have worst run since 2003 as BoJ doubts grow

[Reuters] Japan defense review expresses 'deep concern' at Chinese coercion

[CNN] South China Sea: Beijing vows to prosecute 'trespassers'

[Reuters] Turkish government has taken over military factories, shipyards, PM says