Thursday, June 9, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Retreat With Oil as Record-Low Bond Yields Point to Angst

[Bloomberg] Treasury Yields Fall to Lowest Since 2012 as Global Bonds Surge

[Bloomberg] Bond Yields Around the World Fall to Records on Growth Outlook

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Poised for Biggest Weekly Decline in Three Months

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Rally Withers as Growth Concerns Cloud Outlook

[WSJ] Stocks Drop as Government Bond Yields Hit Fresh Lows

[FT] Markets at risk of abrupt reversal – Bundesbank chief

[WSJ] Foreign Demand Soars for U.S. Treasurys, the ‘One-Eyed King’

[Reuters] Lipper fund flows IG US$1.573bn inflow; HY US$748.153m inflow

[Reuters] Latest threat to online lenders: 'stacking' of multiple loans

[Reuters] Russia: We will respond to entry of U.S. naval vessel into Black Sea

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian stocks down, global bonds rally as 'Brexit' vote looms

[Bloomberg] Illinois Downgraded to Lowest for Any State in Over a Decade

[Bloomberg] A Breakdown in Old Rules Leads to a Rethink on How Global Markets Work

[Bloomberg] Household Worth in U.S. Rose by $837.4 Billion in First Quarter

[Bloomberg] Gross Says Negative Rates Are Like ‘Supernova’ That Will Explode

[CNBC] Buying or renting, housing affordability just gets worse

[WSJ] Japan’s Largest Bank Considers Quitting Role in Government-Bond Market

[CNBC] BlackRock: What you should take away from Icahn, Soros bearishness