Sunday, July 17, 2016

Monday's News Link

[Bloomberg] Global Markets Resilient After Turkey Turmoil as Lira Rebounds

[Reuters] Turkish lira rises after coup fails; yen slips

[Bloomberg] EU Said to Eye ‘Nuclear Option’ to Force May’s Hand on Exit

[Bloomberg] China Home Price Gains Cool as Smaller Cities Impose Curbs

[Reuters] Central bank official says China has room to increase fiscal deficit to 5 percent of GDP: paper

[Reuters] Turkey widens post-coup purge, demands Washington hand over cleric

[NYT] Erdogan Triumphs After Coup Attempt, but Turkey’s Fate Is Unclear

[WSJ] Failed Turkey Coup Puts New Strains on U.S. Policy

[WSJ] Corporate Profits Set to Shrink for Fourth Consecutive Quarter

[Bloomberg] U.S. Warns on Turkey’s Place in NATO as Erdogan Cracks Down

[Reuters] China admiral warns freedom of navigation patrols could end 'in disaster'

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia shares steady, Turkish lira pares losses

[Bloomberg] Turkey Set for Market Turmoil as Coup Turns Investors ‘Ice-Cold’

[Bloomberg] Yen Drops as Turkey Concerns Ease; Kiwi Falls After CPI Data

[Bloomberg] Japan Bank Stocks Have Best Week Since 1987 on Stimulus: Chart

[NYT] Bridgewater, World’s Biggest Hedge Fund, Is Said to Be Slowing Hiring

Sunday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] Mideast Stocks Shrug Off Turkey Coup as Almarai Rises on Profit

[Bloomberg] Turkey Moves to Calm Investors After Coup Attempt Quashed

[Reuters] Turkey widens crackdown on military, judiciary after failed coup

[Bloomberg] Turkish Central Bank Holds Meeting With Lenders, Haberturk Says

[FT/CNBC] Gulen turns coup accusations on Erdogan

[WSJ] U.S., Turkey on a Collision Course Over Ankara’s Demand for U.S.-Based Cleric

[FT] Turkey rounds up almost 6,000 after failed coup

[FT] Japan flirts with helicopter money