Thursday, July 21, 2016

Friday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] Stocks Pare Week’s Advance as Commodities Decline; Pound Slumps

[Bloomberg] Emerging stocks lacklustre; Turkey set for worst week since 2008

[Bloomberg] Emerging Assets Fall on Outlook for Less Stimulus; Ringgit Drops

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Drop as Kuroda’s Comments Weigh on Japanese Shares

[Bloomberg] Pound Tumbles as PMI Data Fuel Speculation of Rate Cut by BOE

[Bloomberg] Brexit Wreaks Havoc on U.K. Economy as Recession Risk Increases

[Reuters] Britain's economy wilting fast after Brexit vote, may prompt more spending

[Bloomberg] Japanese Splurge on Foreign Bonds as U.S. Yields Near Record Low

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sees Significant Jump in China June Capital Outflows

[Dow Jones] Discord Between China's Top Two Leaders Spills Into the Open

[Reuters] U.S.-based emerging-market debt funds attract most money on record -Lipper

[Bloomberg] Wealth Bubble In `Scary Graph' Flashes Warning About Future U.S. Downturn

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip Amid Earnings as Dollar Retreats With Crude

[Bloomberg] Turkey Stocks and Bonds Extend Retreat After S&P’s Rating Cut

[Bloomberg] Sales of U.S. Existing Homes Climb to a Nine-Year High

[Reuters] AKP-era foreign investments jarred by post-coup Turkey crackdown

[CNBC] Hamptons real estate sales slump 21 percent

[FT] Draghi backs public bailout of Italy’s ailing banks

[WSJ] Private Debt Piles Loom Over Emerging Economies

[Reuters] Turkey's Erdogan says military to be restructured after abortive coup