Monday, August 13, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares regain footing as lira roars out of rout

[Reuters] Erdogan says Turkey will boycott U.S. electronics, lira steadies

[BloombergQ] Calm Comes to Emerging Assets as Analysts Reassess Turkey Woes

[BloombergQ] U.S. Warns Turkey Over Detained Pastor as Market Meltdown Drags On

[BloombergQ] Erdogan Escalates Row With U.S., Calls for Boycott of iPhones

[Reuters] China's economy cools further, investment growth at record low

[Reuters] China's July property investment grows at fastest pace in 2-years

[BloombergQ] Think Turkey, Argentine Sovereign Debt Is Bad? Look at Companies

[BloombergQ] Putin Woos Turkey as Erdogan Spars With Trump

[Reuters] China angered at new U.S. defense act, to assess content

[NYT] Why Turkey’s Financial Crisis Matters Outside Turkey

[WSJ] Turkey Crisis Puts Spotlight on Emerging Market’s Foreign-Currency Debt

[WSJ] Turkey’s Banks Bear Weight of Currency Crisis

[WSJ] China’s Growth Engine Sputters as It Battles U.S. Over Trade

[FT] Turkish business feels the pain of currency crisis

[FT] Chinese regional investment arm in landmark bond default

Monday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Fall, Dollar Gains Amid Turkey Fears: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil falls 2 pct as focus shifts to softer demand outlook

[Reuters] Trump aide Bolton met Turkish envoy to discuss U.S. pastor: White House

[BloombergQ] Stress Mounts in Turkish Bank Bonds Battered by Lira's Slide

[Reuters] Argentina to increase benchmark interest rate to 45 pct -central bank

[Reuters] Erdogan vows action against 'economic terrorists' over lira plunge

[CNBC] 'What happens in Turkey won't stay in Turkey': Why this debt crisis could be different 

[CNBC] Turkey's crashing currency likely to unleash wave of bad loans in region

[CNBC] Goldman Sachs warns about US companies' emerging market exposure as Turkey crisis flares up

[Reuters] Italy's League sees euro collapse without ECB bond guarantee

[CNBC] More than 1 million people default on their student loans each year

[NYT] Turkey’s Currency Crisis Tests Erdogan’s Authoritarian Approach

[WSJ] Fintech Crowd Dives Into Subprime Credit-Card Lending

[FT] Turkish lira crisis starts to hit other emerging markets

[FT] China’s high-speed rail and fears of fast track to debt