Monday, June 12, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Tech Drop Resumes as Apple Falls; Oil Rises: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Bank of Canada Rate Hike Signal Sends Loonie Higher

[Bloomberg] Subprime Auto Bonds From 2015 May End Up Worst Ever, Fitch Says

[Bloomberg] U.S. Bears Return to China With Shorts Circling $6 Billion ETFs

[CNBC] The tech wreck is a sign there could be a summer swoon

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Tech Selloff Spreads; Pound Slides as May Battles: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Tech sell-off spreads to Europe and Asia, politics lift euro

[Reuters] Eyes on central banks after sterling shocker

[Reuters] Britain's PM May to face her party amid post-election tumult

[Reuters] French finance minister says 'optimistic' about Greek deal after Athens talks

[Bloomberg] Bond Market Doomsayers Sound Alarm as Margin of Safety Vanishes

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Delivers 19% Return by Betting Only on Safest Bonds

[Bloomberg] Two Chinese Provinces Falsified Economic Data, Inspectors Say

[Reuters] China's monthly vehicle sales post first back-to-back drop since 2015

[Reuters] Japan core machinery orders fall more than forecast in sign of economic fragility

[Bloomberg] Major Tech ETF Sees Worst Weekly Outflow in 18 Months

[CNBC] 'Horrendous storm' to hit stocks, Wall Street not rational: David Stockman

[Politico] Forget Comey. The Real Story Is Russia’s War on America

[Bloomberg, El-Erian] Anti-Establishment Politics Is Far From Going Away

[NYT] Preparing for ‘Brexit,’ Britons Face Economic Pinch at Home

[WSJ] Fed’s Effort to Guide Markets Falls Short

[WSJ] As Politics Boil, Financial Markets Are in Dream Land