Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Falls After U.S. Crude Supply Gains, Refinery Demand Slips

[Bloomberg] There Are All Kinds of Signs of a High-End Real Estate Slowdown

[Bloomberg] VC Funding Is Drying Up for Media Startups

[CNBC] Billionaires are holding $1.7 trillion in cash

[Bloomberg] Brexit Bounce a Disaster for Bears as S&P 500 Churns Near Record

[Bloomberg] Putin Warns Ukraine Russia Will Respond to ‘Terror’ in Crimea

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Weakens, Bonds Rally on Muted Prospects for Fed Rate Hike

[Reuters] Exclusive: BOJ review likely to defend massive stimulus program - sources

[CNBC] Negative yields are doing the opposite of what was intended

[Bloomberg] For Oil Companies $110 Billion Debt Wall Looms Over Next 5 Years

[Reuters] In recovering housing market, the starter home remains elusive

[Bloomberg] Fewer Housing Markets in the U.S. Have Double-Digit Price Gains

[Bloomberg] London Prime Land Values Start to Topple on Sales Woes: Chart

[Reuters] Turkey's Erdogan warns banking sector over high interest rates

[Bloomberg] Italian Banks Reel But Monti Has No Regrets for Avoiding Bailout

[Bloomberg] Barclays Debunks the Prevailing Wisdom on Hedge Fund Returns

[Reuters] Exclusive: Vietnam moves new rocket launchers into disputed South China Sea - sources

[Bloomberg] China Backlash Over U.S. Missile Shield Puts North Asia on Edge