Monday, July 4, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Slide With Pound Amid Worries Over Fragile Growth

[Bloomberg] Italy’s Bonds Fall With Its Banking Crisis Back in the Spotlight

[Bloomberg] Asian Shares Retreat With Commodities as Yen Gains; Won Weakens

[Bloomberg] Yen Advances on Fresh Concerns Over U.K. Politics, Italian Banks

[Bloomberg] Aviva Joins Standard Life in Freezing Property Fund After Brexit

[Bloomberg] Property Stocks Slump After Standard Life Freezes U.K. Fund

[Reuters] UK commercial property feels chill of Brexit fallout

[Bloomberg] Italy Considers Capital Injection in Monte Paschi

[Bloomberg] A Prime Minister, a Referendum and Italy’s Turn to Get Worried

[Bloomberg] PBOC Panel Says Don’t Underestimate Complexity of Economic Risks

[Reuters] Japan June services sector activity contracts as new business shrinks: PMI

[Bloomberg] As 2-and-20 Fees Under Fire, Asia Hedge Funds Seek Cost Cuts

[Dow Jones] ECB, Brexit and the Battle of the Bonds -- Heard on the Street

[WSJ] Brexit Vote Rattles Companies Across Europe

[WSJ] Slowdown in Shadow Lending Tightens Credit on Main Street

[FT] After Brexit, the EU’s faultlines run through Rome

[Reuters] Chinese paper says should prepare for South China Sea armed clash

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.K. Business Expectations Fall ‘Off a Cliff’ After Brexit Vote

[BBC] Standard Life suspends trading in UK property fund

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Top Fund Fell 25% After Brexit Vote as Volatility Spiked

[FT] Bad-debt warning triggers fresh fears for Italian banks

[WSJ] Bad Debt Piled in Italian Banks Looms as Next Crisis

[FT] The 9 ways Brexit will affect foreign banks