Monday, August 1, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Crude Plunges Into Bear Market as U.S. Stocks Slip; Bonds Drop

[Bloomberg] Overseas Yield Hunters Bag Record Share of U.S. Corporate Debt

[Bloomberg] No Government No Problem for Balkan Bond as Investors Hunt Yield

[FT] Germany hits out at Turkish ‘blackmail’ over visas

Monday's News Links

[MarketWatch] Italian banks slump after European stress tests

[Bloomberg] Stress-Tests Results Fail to Revive Faith as Europe Banks Fall

[Reuters] China stocks fall to one-month low on tighter regulation, new IPOs

[Reuters] China factory activity unexpectedly dips in July: official PMI

[Bloomberg] Hardest Hit, Weakest Capital: European Stress Tests in Charts

[Bloomberg] Growing Oil Glut Shows Investors There’s Nowhere to Go But Down

[Bloomberg] Citigroup Sees ‘Significant Uncertainties’ Following Brexit Vote

[Bloomberg] The Fragile U.S. Economy Now Facing a Slowdown in Building Boom

[CNBC] This chart is a ‘warning sign’ for global markets: Trader

[Bloomberg] History No Friend to Emerging-Market Currencies as August Lands

[Bloomberg] Chinese Investors Balk at Company Bonds From Riskiest Province

[Reuters] Factories struggle as world demand sputters

[Reuters] Central European PMIs drop as EU funds slow, Brexit fears mount

[FT] UniCredit in crosshairs as bank shares slide

[Reuters] 'Give them a bloody nose': Xi pressed for stronger South China Sea response

[Daily News] SEE IT: Skydiver Luke Aikins becomes first person to jump and land without a parachute