Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China Shares Resume Decline as Central Bank Easing Bets Fade

[Bloomberg] Dollar Falls Versus Yen as Speculation of Helicopter Money Wanes

[Reuters] Regional tensions test Japan's new defense minister on first day

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Climb as Crude Rebounds to $40; Emerging Assets Drop

[Bloomberg] High Yield Rolls On Even After Wheels Come Off Energy Markets

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Slip as Emerging Markets Bear Brunt With Crude Below $40

[Reuters] Japan's 40-year govt bond yield rises to 3-1/2-month high

[Bloomberg] Lira Slips Most in Emerging Markets as Turkey Inflation Quickens

[Bloomberg] Global Bond Market Rally Unravels as Japan Shows Limit to Demand

[Reuters] BOJ June minutes: Some members question focus of monetary easing

[Bloomberg] Recession Hits China — Along With 10% Growth

[Reuters] China will use multiple monetary policy tools, maintain reasonable credit growth-PBOC

[Reuters] China's robotics rush shows how its debt can get out of control

[Bloomberg] Here's Goldman's List of Everything Else the Bank of Japan Can Buy

[Reuters] Central London house prices show biggest fall in 7 years after Brexit

[Bloomberg] Komercni Banka Tumbles Most in Five Years on Dividend Reduction

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Sinks After Hackers Steal $65 Million From Exchange

[FT] Markets beware as central banks begin to admit defeat

[Reuters] Japan's PM picks hawkish defense minister for new cabinet, vows economic recovery

[Reuters] Turkish police raid science council as crackdown widens