Thursday, July 28, 2016

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Jumps on BOJ Decision as Japanese Bonds Sink; Gold Climbs

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Fall as BOJ Fizzle Takes Steam Out of July Rally

[Bloomberg] U.S. Economy Grew a Less-Than-Forecast 1.2% in Second Quarter

[Bloomberg] Bank of Japan Boosts Dollar Lending, ETF Purchases

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Leads BOJ to a Policy Crossroads as Pressures Intensify

[Bloomberg] The Glut Strikes Back as Oil Returns to Brink of Bear Market

[Bloomberg] Chinese Capital Outflows May Still Be Happening — But In Disguise

[Bloomberg] Many China WMP Issuers May Face Curbs as Regulator Tightens Rule

[Bloomberg] China Steps Up Campaign to Curb Rising Financial Sector Risks

[Reuters] French second quarter growth unexpectedly grinds to a halt on weak consumer spending

[Bloomberg] Turkish Bonds Head for Biggest Drop in Emerging Markets in July

[Bloomberg] ICICI Bank’s Quarterly Profit Drops as Loan Provisions Surge

[CNBC] Apartment market 'increasingly jittery' for investors

[WSJ] Risky Lending by Wall Street Banks Has Increased, Regulators Warn

[FT] Fears grow over Wall St’s appetite for securities-based lending

[FT] BoE expected to take total rate cuts since Lehman to 673

[FT] Yen surges and shares drop as BoJ plays it safe

[Reuters] Turkey shakes up armed forces, U.S. says purges harming cooperation

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Jumps More Than 1.5% as BOJ Decision Day Spurs Market Nerves

[Bloomberg] Bad Year Made Worse for Stock Pickers Outmatched by Complexity

[Bloomberg] Homeownership Rate in the U.S. Drops to Lowest Since 1965

[CNBC] Companies have a $10 trillion bill that is coming due

[FT] Energy junk bonds under pressure from sliding oil price

[Reuters] Erdogan wants army under president's control after coup: Turkish official