Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Japan Stock Futures Drop Amid Yen Jump; Oil, Copper Extend Gains

[Bloomberg] Thiel Says ‘Real Bubble’ Is in Government Bonds, Negative Rates

[Bloomberg] The ECB's Corporate Bond-Buying Is Making Waves All the Way to the U.S.

[FT] Central banks in Catch-22 over currency reserves

[Bloomberg] Soros Returns to Trading, Worried About World Economy, WSJ Says

[WSJ] A Bearish George Soros Is Trading Again

[Bloomberg] East China Sea Tensions Rise Over Chinese Ships, Plane Intercept

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bonds, Commodities, Emerging Markets All Buoyed by Central Banks

[Bloomberg] Yen Advances for Second Day as Traders Rule Out Fed Move in June

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Advance as Oil Producers Gain; Chinese Shares Drop

[Bloomberg] Goldman Says There's an Elevated Risk of a Big Market Selloff

[CNBC] Mortgage applications jump 9.3% as rates fall

[MarketWatch] Home prices keep rising — mostly for the rich

[Bloomberg] China Exports Stabilize in May as Weaker Yuan Gives Support

[Bloomberg] Draghi Fires Starting Gun on Corporate Bond Purchases in Europe

[Bloomberg] ECB Keeps Buying and Buying, Sending Assets to New Peak: Chart

[Reuters] China central bank holds line on growth forecast but sees more pain to come

[Bloomberg] PBOC’s Ma Says Credit Curbs Mean Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain

[WSJ] China’s Corporate Bonds Too Murky for Many Investors

[NYT] Disenchantment with E.U. Grows, Poll Finds