Sunday, July 16, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Data in Driving Seat as Metals Rally, Stocks Climb: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Chinese Small-Caps Plunge to Lowest Level in Over Two Years

[Reuters] Oil prices firm on signs of U.S. production slowdown

[Bloomberg] New U.S. Subprime Boom, Same Old Sins: Auto Defaults Are Soaring

[CNBC] BlackRock's iShares ETF business posts record inflows, assets top $1.5 trillion

[Reuters] As London squabbles, full Brexit talks start in Brussels

[Reuters] Canada home resales drop again in June, real estate group says

[Bloomberg] China's Economy Charges On as Officials Target the Risk 'Rhino'

[Bloomberg] China Economic Expansion Exceeds Estimates on Factory Rebound

[Bloomberg] Wanda Deals in Jeopardy as China Scrutiny Mounts

[Reuters] China property investment, sales quicken in June despite government curbs

[Bloomberg] A Sense of Calm Has Descended on China's Markets. Don't Fall for It

[Bloomberg] ECB Expected to Raise Rates by the Fourth Quarter of 2018

[Reuters] Italian banks may take 10 years to fix bad debt issue: Morgan Stanley

[Politico] Trump’s trade warrior prowls the West Wing

[NYT] The Cost of a Hot Economy in California: A Severe Housing Crisis

[NYT] Predictably, China’s Year-on-Year Growth Maintains Its Steady Pace

[FT] Fears of price distortion raised over US Treasuries market

[WSJ] China’s Growth Is Still on Borrowed Time

[WSJ] Who Gets Hit Next in China’s Financial Crackdown?

[Bloomberg] Turkey Adds Troops in Qatar in Defiance of Saudi-Led Isolation

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks in Asia Poised for Gains Before China Data: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] States in crisis: Embroiled in the worst budget battles since the Great Recession

[Bloomberg] Five Takeaways From China's Weekend Meeting on Financial Regulation

[Reuters] ECB considers special assessment of Deutsche Bank shareholders: paper

[Reuters] Former $2 billion private equity fund now nearly worthless: WSJ

[FT] Will the European Central Bank turn more dovish?

[FT] China’s Xi orders debt crackdown for state-owned groups