Monday, July 11, 2016

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Erase Brexit Losses; Investors Bail on Bonds, Yen

[Reuters] Global stocks, sterling rally on stimulus hopes

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise Second Day as Japan Jumps After Yen Tumbles

[Bloomberg] Yen Extends Biggest Decline Since 2014 Before Stimulus Details

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Abe Tells Bernanke He Wants to Speed Up End of Deflation

[Reuters] Ex-Fed chief Bernanke tells Abe BOJ has tools left to support growth

[Reuters] Japan to craft stimulus by end-July, may issue construction bonds

[Nikkei Asian Review] Bernanke tells Japan's Abe to continue Abenomics push

[CNBC] Negative rates leading to 'day of reckoning' fear on Wall Street

[WSJ] U.S. Regulator Flags Auto-Lending Risks

[NYT] In New York, a Falling Market for Trophy Homes in the Sky

[FT] Hedge funds struggle with ‘hated’ rally

[Reuters] Tribunal says China has no historic title over South China Sea

[FT] UN tribunal rules against Beijing in South China Sea dispute

[Reuters] High stakes legal ruling looms in South China Sea dispute

[FT] A renewed nationalism is stalking Europe

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] S&P 500 Rises to All-Time High on Growth Optimism, Stimulus Bets

[Reuters] IMF says Italy faces 'monumental challenge', cuts growth outlook

[Bloomberg] IMF Urges Action on Italy’s Retail Investors’ Bank Bail-In

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley Has Some Theories for Why Hedge Funds Are Doing So Poorly

[FT] Italy warned to abide by ‘strict’ EU bank rescue rules

[FT] US banks raise regulator fears over property loan bubble

[Bloomberg] Decoding the Jargon of the South China Sea Dispute