Monday, June 6, 2016

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Brexit Worry Radiates Around World as Poll Puts Traders on Edge

[WSJ] Yellen: No Rate Rise Until Economic Outlook Clears

[Reuters] Fed’s Yellen sees rate hikes ahead, but few hints on when

[Bloomberg] Boom-Bust in China’s Equity Market Leaves an Economic Hangover

[Reuters] Lured by hopes of easy money, amateur Chinese commodity traders lose their shirts

[CNBC] A photo of Steve Cohen's demolished $62 million mansion

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Pound Falls, Volatility Jumps as Polls Show Momentum for Brexit

[Bloomberg] Japanese Stocks Tumble as Yen Gains Following U.S. Jobs Report

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Drop as Japan Losses Offset Emerging-Market Gains

[Bloomberg] Yuan Retreats to Lowest Since 2014 Versus Peers on Weak Fixing

[Bloomberg] Global Yields Fall to Record as U.S. Jobs, Brexit to Hamper Fed

[Reuters] YouGov Brexit poll for ITV shows 'Leave' leading 'Remain': Bloomberg

[Bloomberg] China's Debt Load Is (Much) Higher Than Previously Thought, Goldman Says

[Bloomberg] Global Governments Are Boosting Spending at the Fastest Rate since 2009

[WSJ] Dollar’s Slide Upends Asia’s Best-Laid Plans

[Washington Post] US presses China on industrial glut at strategic dialogue

[NYT] China Pushes Back Against U.S. Complaints of Industrial Overcapacity

[Reuters] Taiwan 'won't recognize' any Chinese air defense zone over South China Sea

[Reuters] Italy's 5-Star protest party likely to seize Rome in setback for PM