Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Rally With Crude Oil on Fed Rate Odds; Gold Gains

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise With Oil as Pound Reverts to Losses; Yen Gains

[AP] Division, confusion as EU rethinks future without Britain

[CNBC] Brexit contagion poses risk to US, says Goldman Sachs

[Bloomberg] China Said to Intervene in Offshore Yuan Market to Curb Declines

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Broadest Inflation Measure Exceeds All Forecasts

[Bloomberg] Sydney House Sales Lead State’s Biggest Drop in Six Years: Chart

[Bloomberg] China Is a Growing Threat to Global Competitors, Kroeber Says

[Bloomberg] Faber Says Own Gold, Prepare for QE4 as Easing Follows Brexit

[WSJ] Central Bankers Face Conflicting Pressures From Brexit Vote

[Bloomberg] Germany to Oppose Shielding Investors in Italian Bank Plan

[WSJ] European Commission Prepared to Help Avoid Run on Italian Banks After Brexit

[Reuters] China's Xi urges caution over U.S. missile deployment in South Korea

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Merkel Says No Way Back From Brexit as Cameron Regrets Defeat

[Bloomberg] Forget December. Forget Next Year. Fed Done Hiking Until 2018

[Bloomberg] EU Chiefs ‘Held Hostage’ Tell Cameron to Lay Out Brexit Plan

[Bloomberg] Moody’s Lowers Outlook on Barclays, HSBC and U.K. Banking System

[CNBC] Oil-rigged states face a full-blown economic budget crisis

[Reuters] Russia, United States blame each other for maritime incident

[NYT] Hard-to-Sell Assets Complicate European Banks’ ‘Brexit’ Risks

[FT] Sad Cameron blames Brexit on EU migration failure

[FT] Brexit: Moody’s lowers UK banks’ outlook to negative

[FT] Hollande heightens City Brexit fallout fears