Friday, July 15, 2016

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Turkey’s Leaders Say Coup Attempt Foiled as Clashes Rock Nation

[Bloomberg] Live Now: Turkish Army Attempts to Seize Control of Country

[Bloomberg] Turkey’s Army Says It Has Taken Control of Country

[Daily Star] Martial law imposed in Turkey - military statement on state TV

[Reuters] Turkey PM says coup attempt underway, elected government still in charge

[CNBC] Apparent attempted military coup ongoing in Turkey

[Bloomberg] Monetary Policy Is Doing ‘Serious Damage,’ Folkerts-Laundau Says

[Bloomberg] Funds of Hedge Funds Shrink by 11% as Losses Spur Redemptions

[FT] Bond ETF funds attract $124bn this year

Friday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Dollar Rise as Treasuries Slump Amid Economic Data

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Trim Week’s Gain as China Lifts Emerging Markets

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales in U.S. Climb More Than Forecast in Broad Advance

[The Economist] Deutsche Bank: A floundering titan

[Reuters] Federal Reserve policymakers signal no rush to raise U.S. rates

[Bloomberg] China Proves Doubters Wrong For Now as Credit Boom Stokes Growth

[Bloomberg] China Urges Banks to Step Up Risk Controls as Bad Loans Increase

[Reuters] China second-quarter GDP grows 6.7% year-on-year, slightly better than expected

[Bloomberg] China’s Credit Expansion Revs Up Again in June as M1 Surges

[Bloomberg] China New Home Sales Value Rose 22% in June From Year Earlier

[WSJ] Treasurys Are a Risk Asset Now

[Reuters] China tells Japan to stop interfering in South China Sea