Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Fall Second Day as Yen Weighs on Japanese Shares

[Bloomberg] Dollar Falls Most Since April as Traders Look to May Jobs Data

[Bloomberg] U.S. Economy Grows Modestly as Job Market Tightens, Fed Says

[Bloomberg] Major Landlord Sends Warning About Rental Markets in NYC, San Francisco

[Bloomberg] Going Broke Slowly: A Guide to Sprint’s $33 Billion Debt Dilemma

[NYT] Why the World Is Drawing Battle Lines Against American Tech Giants

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Oil Fall as Manufacturing Data Underwhelm; Bonds Climb

[Bloomberg] Yen Rallies Most in a Month After Abe Says He’ll Delay Tax Hike

[Bloomberg] Oil’s Slide Weighs on Ruble, Ringgit as South Korean Bonds Climb

[Reuters] U.S. factory activity expands; construction spending tumbles

[Reuters] After Brexit - Roadmap for a leap in the dark

[Bloomberg] How the Feds Pulled Off the Biggest Insider-Trading Investigation in U.S. History

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Manufacturing Near Stagnation Signals Slowdown Ahead

[Reuters] Japan PM to postpone sales tax rise, snap election off table for now

[Reuters] Japan May factory activity shrinks at fastest pace in over three years - PMI

[Bloomberg] PBOC Shines Light on Risks in $8 Trillion Shadow Loan Market

[Reuters] China regulator inspects insurers' investment risk controls -paper

[Reuters] China factory slowdown worsens in May, hopes for quick recovery fade - Caixin PMI

[MarketWatch] Chart shows China’s debt bubble bigger than subprime bubble

[NYT] In China, Homeowners Find Themselves in a Land of Doubt

[Bloomberg] Erdoganomics Pushes Turkey Credit Risk Above Junk-Rated Russia

[WSJ] Pension Funds Pile on Risk Just to Get a Reasonable Return

[FT, El-Erian] Fed’s snail-like tightening cycle leaves bigger questions

[FT] Support for mainstream German parties dips below 50%