Friday, June 9, 2017

Friday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Tech Selloff Wrecks Record Day for U.S. Stocks: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Nasdaq Megacaps Go Careening Off Course

[BBC] May to form 'government of certainty' with DUP backing

[Bloomberg] Illinois Bonds Fall as Budget Impasse Pushes Rating Toward Junk

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Pound Drops on U.K. Vote; Global Impact Limited: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Britain's pound dives after UK election shock, lifting main FTSE shares

[Reuters] May to form fragile government after UK election debacle, uncertainty over Brexit talks

[CNBC] UK heading for hung parliament; Corbyn calls for May to step down

[Reuters] As Brexit talks loom, shock UK election leaves May hanging by a thread

[Bloomberg] Bond Market's Fast Money Bets on the Fed Hiking in June and December

[Bloomberg] Markets Can't Shake Low Volatility Grip, Despite Risk-Rich Week

[Bloomberg] Central Banks Poised to Start Rowing in One Direction Again

[Reuters] China tightens grip on yuan to head off economic risks

[Bloomberg] China's Factory Inflation Cools Again as Commodity Prices Ease

[Reuters] Italy's Renzi says not hopeful of reaching new electoral pact with parties

[FT] Global bond funds enjoy largest weekly inflow since 2015

[Reuters] Feud over Qatar deepens conflicts across Arab world

[Reuters] China says it is vigilant as two U.S. bombers fly over South China Sea

[WSJ] North Korea Dreams of Turning Out the Lights