Thursday, July 7, 2016

Friday's News Links

[CNBC] US created 287K jobs in June vs. 175K expected, unemployment rate at 4.9 pct

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Yield Curve Shrinks to Flattest Since 2007: Chart

[Bloomberg] Yen Rises to Top This Week on Haven Demand as U.S. Payrolls Loom

[Bloomberg] Yuan Declines for Fifth Week as PBOC Seen Cutting Back Support

[Bloomberg] No Quick Fix to Free $23 Billion Frozen in U.K. Property Funds

[Bloomberg] Italy State Intervention on Banks May Be Needed, Visco Says

[The Economist] The Italian job

[Bloomberg] The Problem(s) With Europe's Banks

[Bloomberg] China Said to Consider Aid Package for Struggling State Firms

[Bloomberg, Das] Why Traders Have Lost Their Touch

[WSJ] ECB’s Const├óncio Calls for Considering Public Support of Eurozone Banks Post-Brexit

[FT] Brexit contagion fears centre on European banks

[WSJ] Foreign Interest in U.S. Homes Cools

[WSJ] The Persian Gulf’s Huge New Export: Debt

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Yen rallies as U.S. jobs report looms, sterling surrenders gains

[Reuters] Oil down 5 percent to two-month lows as U.S. crude draw disappoints

[Bloomberg] No One Really Knows What Open-Ended Funds Will Do

[Reuters] Once red-hot, UK real estate investments run into trouble

[Reuters] UK consumer confidence fell at fastest pace in 22 years post-Brexit - Telegraph

[Bloomberg] Xi Boosts Party Say in China’s $18 Trillion State Company Sector

[WSJ] The Real Post-Brexit Risk Is in Residential Property

[FT] Bremer Landesbank bond hit as bailout hopes fade