Sunday, July 3, 2016

Monday's News Links

[MarketWatch] European stocks pull back as Italian banks, Volkswagen weigh

[Bloomberg] Commodities Advance, Boosting Miners; European Equities Decline

[Reuters] Italy leads euro zone borrowing costs rise as post-Brexit slide halts

[Bloomberg] Silver Tops $21 for 1st Time Since 2014 as Investors Seek Haven

[Bloomberg] Yuan Drops Against Basket Amid Growth Concern, Dollar Weakness

[Bloomberg] Polish Stocks Slide With Zloty as Pensions Revamp Rattles Market

[CNBC] Italy could be on a collision course for two key reasons

[WSJ] Brexit Exposes Eurozone’s Weak Spot: Italy’s Banks

[Bloomberg] Bond Markets Have a Message About the Economy That Stock Investors Might Not Want to Hear

[FT] Longest earnings recession since crisis looms for US shares

[CNBC] China economy news: Capital outflows driven by residents, Goldman Sachs says

[Bloomberg] ECB Spends 85.1 Billion Euros on QE in Brexit-Blighted June

[Reuters] Global investment banks have slowest first half since 2012

[Reuters] UKIP leader Farage quits, punching another hole in British politics

[Bloomberg] Five Reasons Why Australia's PM Is in Deep Trouble

[Bloomberg] Consumer Confidence Sinks Across Canada Amid Brexit Turmoil

[Bloomberg] The 500 Tons of Gold That Show Global Rise in Investor Angst

[Reuters] Ahead of key court ruling, Beijing in propaganda overdrive

[Reuters] China criticizes Japan over 'dangerous' jet scramble

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Retreat After Weekly Gain as Japan Shares Decline

[Reuters] EU, Italy weigh public recapitalization of banks before stress tests

[FT] Renzi ready to defy Brussels and bail out Italy’s troubled banks

[Bloomberg] Carney Set to Extend BOE Crisis-Management Mode Using New Tools

[FT] China’s private sector misses out on credit boom

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China Bank Bailout Calls Grow Louder as Markets Seen Vulnerable

[Bloomberg] Brexit Has Euro Outsiders Fearing Banking Fallout, Denmark Says

[Reuters] Top candidates to lead Britain differ on how quickly to start Brexit talks

[Reuters] China to hold drills in South China Sea ahead of court ruling