Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Japanese Stocks Slump as Toyota Drops on Earnings, Yen Advances

[Bloomberg] Most Asian Stock Futures Drop Amid U.S. Retreat; Yen Holds Gain

[Washington Post] The middle class is shrinking just about everywhere in America

[WSJ] Nightmare on Wall Street: Busted Deals

[Reuters] Australian PM Turnbull named in Panama Papers: AFR

[Reuters] Defying debt fears, China bets on infrastructure, property

[Bloomberg] Hayman's Bass Says Hong Kong Property Market Is in `Free Fall'

[AP] The Latest: Brazil Impeachment Debate Drags Past 10 Hours

[Bloomberg Video] Milton Berg: We're at the Cusp of a 30-Year Bear Market

Wednesday News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall on Retailer Slump, Crude Gains as Dollar Slips

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Drop With U.S. Futures as Banks Slip; Pound Falls

[Reuters] Tumbling Banco Popolare leads Italian bank shares lower

[Reuters] Asian stocks turn lower on wary outlook; bonds firm

[Bloomberg] Lira Sinks Most in Emerging Markets as Erdogan Seeks More Power

[Bloomberg] China Stocks in Hong Kong Resume Losses, Head for Two-Month Low

[Bloomberg] LendingClub Struggles to Assure Investors as Bond Deals Stall

[CNBC] The Fed never anticipated low rate impact on financial sector: Fisher

[NYC] Puerto Rico’s Fiscal Fiasco Is a Harbinger of Mainland Woes

[Bloomberg] Brazil Impeachment Vote May Spell Rousseff's Last Day on Job

[Bloomberg] Glencore CEO Lists Mining's Mistakes After $1 Trillion Spree

[CNBC/FT] China moves to contain technology bubble

[Bloomberg] Yingli Green Says It Probably Can't Repay Debts Due on Thursday

[FT] China party mouthpiece echoes Soros’ debt fears

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area's Problem Child Lags As Renzi Chases Italy Growth

[FT] Gulf governments set debt record as oil slumps

[Reuters] Ahead of inauguration, China says Taiwan to blame for any crisis

[FT] Politics clouds Greek debt talks

[NYT] Luxury Condo Boom Is Ending in Manhattan

[Reuters] Georgia begins U.S.-led military exercise, angering Russia