Monday, August 8, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street steps back from record highs

[Bloomberg] Fannie, Freddie Could Need as Much as $126 Billion in Crisis

[WSJ] Are Negative Rates Backfiring? Here’s Some Early Evidence

[Bloomberg] Russia ‘Seriously Concerned’ as Fighting Picks Up in Ukraine

[Bloomberg] China Backlash Over U.S. Missile Shield Puts North Asia on Edge

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Leads Commodity Gains Amid Stimulus Bets; S&P 500 Fluctuates

[Bloomberg] Yuan Declines Most in Three Weeks as U.S. Jobs Data Buoy Dollar

[Bloomberg] Brazil Real Falls on Report Acting President Tied to Graft Probe

[Bloomberg] No Summer Slowdown in Bond Market as August Sales Set Record

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Aren't Really in Charge of Their Own Interest Rates Anymore

[Bloomberg] There's a Big Dollar Crunch Brewing in Markets

[Reuters] Disappointing China July imports suggest cooling domestic demand

[Bloomberg] PBOC Signals More Use of ’Innovative’ Monetary Policy Tools

[Bloomberg] China Exports Remain Subdued as Import Drop Fuels Demand Concern

[CNBC] Social Security's looming $32 trillion shortfall

[Bloomberg] The Feds Don't Care If You Dropped Out of College. They Want Their Money Back

[Bloomberg] Stocks a Screaming Buy in Fed Model That May Never Prove Right

[WSJ] Quantitative Easing: Central Banks’ Old Faithful

[WSJ] Online Lenders Have a Tough Job Ahead

[FT] US companies tap global demand for bonds

[FT] The victory for gold bulls is only just beginning

[FT] Why Europe’s banks will never be the same again

Japan urges China not to escalate East China Sea tension