Monday, June 27, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Halt Brexit Selloff as Pound Advances With Commodities

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Pare Losses While Japan Erases Drop on Stimulus Bets

[Bloomberg] Machines Lead Hedge Fund Traders in Brexit Chaos, Braga Wins

[Bloomberg] Global Yields Approach 1% as Japan’s Set Record in Rush for Debt

[Bloomberg] Yuan Pressures Intensify as Brexit Deals Blow to PBOC Policy

[Bloomberg] Goldman: China's Corporate Bonds Are a 'Microcosm' of Its Credit Problems

[Reuters] Renzi says Europe ready to help Italy's banks, but not needed now

[Bloomberg] India Central Bank Sees Sharp Rise in Banking Risk on Bad Loans

[Dow Jones] U.S. Home Prices Continued Strong Growth in April -- Update

[Reuters] China's Li won't allow 'rollercoaster' markets after Brexit

[WSJ] Europe-Heavy Hedge Funds Brace for Pain

[WSJ] EU’s Show of Unity Belies Deep Divisions

[FT] Brexit adds to existing troubles faced by banks

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Hedges Triggered in U.S. Stocks as Puts Explode, VIX Takes Dive

[Bloomberg] Oil Caps Biggest Two-Day Loss Since February on Brexit Fallout

[NYT] ‘Brexit’ Is Locking In the Forces That Already Haunt the Global Economy

[WSJ] Strengthening Currencies Bedevil Central Banks

Monday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall With Global Shares, Pound on Brexit; Gold Gains

[Reuters] S&P cuts UK's credit rating by two notches after Brexit

[Reuters] Brexit vote sends new shocks through financial markets, political chaos deepens

[WSJ] Bank Shares Drop as Analysts Weigh ‘Brexit’ Impact

[WSJ] Government Bond Yields Sink as Investors Flock to Safety

[Bloomberg] Bearish Bets on Mexico Peso Surge as Brexit Concern Spurs Hedges

[FT] US junk spreads rise most since 2011

[FT] Mexican peso: eye of the EM Brexit storm?

[NYT] Despite Leaders’ Assurances, ‘Brexit’ Leaves Markets Nervous