Sunday, June 25, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Erase Loss, Dollar Slips on Orders Data: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Gold Plunges as 1.8 Million Ounces Traded in a New York Minute

[Reuters] UK PM May strikes $1.3 billion deal to get Northern Irish DUP support for her government

[Reuters] Fed's Williams sees gradual rate hikes as key to further U.S. growth

[CNBC] Bond investors are setting themselves up for ‘real painful trade,’ this strategist warns

[Bloomberg] Why China's Secretive Regulators Are An Issue for Asian Dollar Debt

[Bloomberg] Only the World Can Stop Germany as Business Climate Hits Record

[Bloomberg] Berlusconi Stages Comeback in Italy's Mayoral Elections

[NYT] After Puerto Rico’s Debt Crisis, Worries Shift to Virgin Islands

[WSJ] Italy Is Prepared to Spend Billions in Shutdown of Two Banks

[WSJ] Deal on Italian Banks Raises Questions About Eurozone Rules

[WSJ] Ties Between Chinese Banks and Deal Makers Run Deep

[FT] Xi Jinping’s war on the ‘financial crocodiles’ gathers pace

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Advance as Crude Gains for Third Day: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil climbs on weaker dollar, but rise in U.S. drilling drags

[Reuters] Takata decides to file for bankruptcy: source

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Italy Commits Up to $19 Billion to Keep Veneto Banks Afloat

[Bloomberg] Italy Rushes to Approve Decree Law to Keep Two Veneto Banks Open

[Reuters] Time may be nearing for ECB stimulus exit: Weidmann

[Reuters] Push on with the 'great unwinding', BIS tells central banks

[CNBC] BIS warns of geopolitical events and four other risks that could undermine global upswing

[Bloomberg] U.K. Credit Binge May Spur BOE's Carney to Rein in Exuberance

[NYT, Morgenson] Lessons From the Collapse of Banco Popular

[FT] Anbang’s predicament amid bank-risk probe