Sunday, July 24, 2016

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip From Records as Gold, Oil Lead Commodities Down

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Rise as Yen Boosts Japan, Investors Await Fed, BOJ

[Bloomberg] Emerging Assets Fall Before Fed, BOJ Policy Meetings This Week

[Bloomberg] International Exposure to Turkey Is Showing Up in the Wrong Places

[Bloomberg] What’s Wrong With Japan’s Economy?

[Bloomberg] Based On This Measure, China May Be Caught in a Liquidity Trap

[Bloomberg] What the G-20 Call for More Fiscal Emphasis Means for Investors

[Reuters] G20's deference for China's economic policies irks Japan

[FT, El-Erian] Calm markets raise big risks for complacent investors

[Reuters] Turkey detains 42 journalists in crackdown as Europe sounds alarm

[Bloomberg] Merkel Government Urges Restraint After Spate of German Killings

[Bloomberg] China Bans Internet News Reporting as Media Crackdown Widens

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Near a Two-Month Low as U.S. Drillers Ramp Up Operations

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Exports Decline Again in June, for Ninth Straight Month

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Set for Investor Scrutiny as Short Sellers Circle

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Saudi Stocks Lead Gulf Equity Drop as Trading Volumes Plummet

[Bloomberg] With Globalization Under Threat, G-20 Double Down on a Defense

[Reuters] China's growth sucks in more debt bucks for less bang

[Bloomberg] China Working Hard to Stabilize Yuan Against Basket, PBOC Says

[WSJ] As China Juggles Its Yuan Moves, the World Is Taking Note

[CNBC] These safe havens are becoming danger zones: JPM

[Bloomberg] Visco Says ECB Will Find Solutions If Bond Shortages Emerge

[Reuters] ASEAN deadlocked on South China Sea after Cambodia blocks statement