Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Wednesday Evening News Links

[Bloomberg] Turkey Lira Falls to Record on Ratings Cut, State of Emergency

[Reuters] Turkey's Erdogan declares state of emergency after coup bid

[Bloomberg] Erdogan Says Europe Shouldn’t Interfere With Turkish Crackdown

[CNBC] Corporate debt seen ballooning to $75 trillion: S&P

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Outflows Slowed in Second Quarter as Quant Funds Won

[WSJ] China Takes Asia Back to the 1930s

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise Amid Earnings, Dollar Advances on Economy Optimism

[Bloomberg] Turkey Bonds Sink as JPMorgan Sees Moody’s Cut Draining Billions

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Weaken on Global Growth Concern, Oil Prices

[Bloomberg] Erdogan Gathers His Top Turkey Security Chiefs as Purges Spread

[Reuters] Turkey set for emergency measures to quell post-coup turmoil

[Bloomberg] Turkey to Consider State of Emergency, AKP’s Yilmaz Says

[Washington Post] Turkey bans all academics from travel in latest post-coup measure

[Reuters] Politically sensitive tweaks to ECB bond scheme would only buy weeks

[Bloomberg] Inside the High-Profile Downfall of a $8 Billion Hedge Fund

[Reuters] Brexit bump instills no confidence on sullen bond trading floors

[FT] Riding shock after shock is a danger for financial markets

[WSJ] Art Sales Suffer Global Slump

[Reuters] U.S. says its forces will keep operating in South China Sea

[NBC] North Korea Says It Tested Pre-Emptive Strikes on U.S. Targets