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Thursday Morning Links

Boris Johnson rules out bid to be UK PM – BBC
Obama: Brexit a Threat to Global Growth – IBT
Brexit and the Norway Model – At A Glance – WSJ
Why elections are bad for democracy – Guardian
It’s Time for the Elites to Rise Up Against the Ignorant Masses – FP
Pushed Around and Left Out. The Frightening US Parallels to Brexit – Fiscal Times
Poll: Vladimir Putin gets higher marks from Europeans than Donald Trump – Vox
Yes, Gary Johnson Could Make It Into the Debates. Here’s How. – reason.com
GOP Donor Paul Singer: Trump Would Cause ‘Global Depression’ – Newsmax
Mitt Romney: My Conscience Won’t Allow Me to Vote for Trump or Clinton – Atlantic
Weed legalization to be on November California Ballot – Vice News
Grizzly bear kills mountain biker in Montana – cleveland.com

Stocks: 5 things to know at the open – CNN/Money
Oil Is Still Heading to $10 a Barrel – Bloomberg
Fund Managers Flocked To Energy, Materials in 2Q – Barron’s
1 Chart That Shows Why Bank Stocks are Getting Crushed – Motley Fool
Why the worst of the Brexit storm is yet to come for markets – MarketWatch
Was Brexit fear a giant hoax or is this the calm before the next storm? – Telegraph
Soros Says Brexit Has ‘Unleashed’ a Financial-Markets Crisis – Bloomberg
Gold set for best month since February after Brexit shock – Reuters
Brexit Vote Sees Stampede by Banks Into Higher Gold Targets – Bloomberg
2016 already best year ever for world’s largest gold ETF – Mining.com

Economic implications of Brexit – Bernanke Blog
Americans’ anxiety around the economy grows – Marketplace
GDP Corporate Profits And Cash Flows Rebound in Q1, But Not Really – Alhambra Partners
Millions of Boomers Are Too Young to Retire, Too Old to Get a New Job – Fiscal Times
The Slow-Motion Crisis in Saudi Arabia, in Two Minutes – Bloomberg
UK current account gap remained near record high before EU vote – Reuters
India’s first female Uber driver has been found dead in her home in Bengaluru – Quartz
How the U.S. housing boom hid weaknesses in the labor market – WCEG
Why Negative Interest Rates are Ineffective and Dangerous – Thomas Palley
The Curse Of ‘Wealth Effects’ Central Banking – Contra Corner


Wednesday Morning Links

Istanbul airport attack kills 41 – AP
UK shares and pound continue to recover – BBC
Brexit on Ice: More Emotion Please, Angie – Spiegel
The Refugee Question: Is Merkel To Blame for Brexit? – Spiegel
Cameron Makes Emotional Adieu as Sun Sets on U.K. EU Membership – Bloomberg
A Classic Case of Failed Socialism: What’s Next After the Brexit? – U.S. Global Investors
London’s standing in global finance at risk as City faces loss of ‘EU passport’ – Guardian
Here’s how much it will cost the UK if bankers start quitting the City after Brexit – Telegraph
Why America loves Wendy’s and Sonic more than McDonald’s – USA Today
This little town has the worst income inequality in America – MarketWatch
Trump Bets It All on the Brand – Bloomberg
How Obama will campaign for Clinton – Politico

Stocks: 3 things to know before the open – CNN/Money
Did Wall Street witness the Brexit bottom? – USA Today
Calculate The Odds Of A Portfolio Disaster – Forbes
What are ’safe haven’ investments in stormy markets? – BBC
Oil prices rise after Brexit shock; Norway strike threat supports – Reuters
Richard Branson: investors pulling out of UK after Brexit vote – Guardian
Summer crash of 2016 is about more than the Brexit – MarketWatch
Gold edges higher on dollar, appetite for security – Reuters
China Joins Gold Rush After Brexit Turmoil – Bloomberg
Has The Last Gold Bear Left The Woods? – Kitco

An Inside Look at the Q1 Third Estimate – Advisor Perspectives
Brexit likely to exact a modest toll on U.S. economy – USA Today
Brexit Economic Fallout Worries Americans in Bloomberg Poll – Bloomberg
On Ireland’s border, Britain’s EU exit threatens jobs, peace – AP
‘Welcome to Hell’: Rio police greet visitors five weeks before the Olympics – Vice News
House prices up in June in ‘calm before the storm’ of post-Brexit economy – Telegraph
Denver home prices frothy, but risk of a reversal remains low – Denver Post
Brexit: What Will It Mean for the US Housing Market? – Builder Online
Forget December. Forget Next Year. Fed Done Hiking Until 2018 – Bloomberg
The Warning Embedded Within The Interest Rate Fallacy – Alhambra Partners


Tuesday Morning Links

Draghi Urges Coordinated Central Bank Policy – WSJ
UK loses triple-A credit rating after Brexit vote – Guardian
Why the Public Has Stopped Paying Attention to Economists – Fiscal Times
‘Brexit’ Is Locking In the Forces That Already Haunt the Global Economy – NY Times
Brexit and Trump: When Fear Triumphs Over Evidence – Scientific American
I walked from Liverpool to London. Brexit was no surprise – Guardian
The End Game Of Bubble Finance——Political Revolt – Contra Corner
Why Hillary Clinton Should Worry About Brexit – National Journal
Farage: Obama behaved ‘disgracefully’ in campaign against Brexit – Politico
Brexit’s Cautionary Tale for Trump Supporters – Washington Post
Where the Trump-Brexit comparisons break down – The Week
Hensarling’s wrecking ball to financial regulation – The Hill
The Gun Fight in Congress – New Yorker

Breather after Brexit: U.S. stocks to rise – CNN/Money
Market pressure eases after Brexit rout – BBC
Brexit vote, UK political confusion keep world markets on edge – Reuters
U.K. Stocks Rise With Global Markets as Barclays, Lloyds Rebound – Bloomberg
Oil Caps Biggest Two-Day Loss Since February on Brexit Fallout – Bloomberg
China’s Li won’t allow ‘rollercoaster’ markets after Brexit – Reuters
Brexit Means Much Less Joy for Global Investors – RCM
Gold slips as investors cash in post-Brexit vote gains – Reuters
This Will Push The Gold Market Over The Edge – SRSrocco Report
Hedge funds held record bullish gold price bets before Brexit – Mining.com

Would a Work-Free World Be So Bad? – The Atlantic
How Vulnerable is the Shaky US Economy to Brexit Fallout – Wolf Street
Brexit is almost certain to push Hong Kong into recession in 2016 – Quartz
Quebec is using theatre to stop its teens from joining the Islamic State – Vice News
These countries have the deadliest air pollution. (Surprisingly, Georgia is No. 1.) – Vox
Quicken Loans encourages low-risk speculation in real estate – OC Housing News
The Fed and Bernanke Are Wrong About the Natural Interest Rate – Mises
Are central banks ‘powerless’ to handle Brexit fallout? – CNN/Money
Fed Once Again Overtaken By Events – Fed Watch


Monday Morning Links

Thank You, Great Britain! – Handelsblatt
Who Voted for the Brexit? – The Atlantic
Why did Britain vote to leave the EU? – Vox
Osborne seeks to calm Brexit turmoil – BBC
British EU vote unnerves world leaders and markets – Reuters
The UK’s Magna Carta 2.0: Good for freedom, good for growth – CNBC
Brexit is just the beginning of a popular revolt against elites – MarketWatch
I cannot stress too much that Britain is part of Europe – Johnson, Telegraph
Brexit: The Powerless Press Their Thumb in the Eye of the Power Elite – of two minds
Scotland is so pissed about the Brexit it might break up with the UK – Vice News
Financial Times Reader Comment Sums Up Disappointed Brits’ Feelings – NBC News
Secessionist supporters in Texas derive hope from Britain, cry ‘Texit!’ – Independent
Brexit is Trumpism without Trump — and voters liked it – Vox
George Will leaves the GOP – Politico

U.S. stocks: Uncertainty after Brexit – CNN/Money
Brexit and the Bubble in Search of A Pin – Hussman Funds
European stocks drop to 4-month low as Brexit fallout continues – MarketWatch
Pound Slumps, Banks Tumble on Brexit Fallout; Bonds Extend Gains – Bloomberg
What Does Brexit Mean for Individual Investors? – Stock Market Blueprint
The $100 Trillion Bond Market’s Got Bigger Concerns Than Brexit – Bloomberg
Gold continues to gain as investors seek refuge after Brexit vote – Reuters
London-based gold seller says ‘phones are ringing off the hook’ – Mining.com
Why gold may hit $1,500 by year’s end—and it’s not just about Brexit – MarketWatch

Economic consequences of Brexit – Econbrowser
U.K. economy will take a hit from Brexit – CNN/Money
Goldman sees post-Brexit UK recession; cuts EU, U.S. growth – Reuters
Brexit provides fodder for China’s communist propaganda machine – Quartz
Writing China: The Compromise of China’s Millennials – WSJ
New Jersey’s Most Expensive Home Back on Market for $49M – Forbes
Fed rate hike off the table for 2016; now 12% chance of a CUT – CNBC
ECB Blows €400bn on “Brexit Black Friday” Bank Bailouts – Wolf Street
The Fed’s interest rate dilemma – The Week


Friday Morning Links

Negative interest rates are scaring people – CNN/Money
The World Economy Looks a Bit Like It’s the 1930s – Bloomberg
Are negative rates a “calamitous misadventure”? ECB economists say no – Brookings
Brexit Campaign Suspended after Parliament Member Killed – Voice of America
Shooting death of British politician stuns country where gun violence is rare – Vice News
Why Brexit Is Such a Threat to the New World Order – Wall Street On Parade
The gun bill Senate Democrats spent 15 hours filibustering to bring to a vote – Vox
Facing $1 Billion in Cost Overruns, VA Hospital Execs Head for the Exits – Fiscal Times
How Uncle Sam Became a Tyrant – If Washington Wants To ‘Get’ You, It Can – Forbes
Philadelphia’s New Soda Tax Has Nothing to Do With Obesity – reason.com
The ‘Trump Effect’ on Cable News – Atlantic
A Year Of Donald Trump – Five Thirty Eight

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open – CNN/Money
Sell-off abates as Brexit supporters suspend campaign – Reuters
US Negative Interest Rate Bets Surge To Record Highs – Zero Hedge
How leveraged ETFs can be dangerous to your wealth – MarketWatch
Fed No Longer Dictates ETF Flows, Stock Market Fear Takes Over – Bloomberg
Global Bonds Entering New Abnormal as Japan Leads Yield Meltdown – Bloomberg
Gold set for third week of gains, helped by Brexit speculation – Reuters
Winning Portfolio In 2016 — Gold, Treasuries and … Bitcoin – Barron’s
Gold price bulls kept faith as hedge funds wavered – Mining.com
Factors that favor gold – Value Walk

How the Government Hides Inflation – Wolf Street
Key Measures Show Inflation close to 2% in May – Calculated Risk
The U.S. Economy Is in Great Shape (Compared with Its Peers) – WSJ
The Economy Is Not a Car and Fiscal Stimulus Is Not a Gas Pedal – Cato
How inequality may affect U.S. economic downturns – Equitable Growth
Experts Debate Policy Options for China’s Transition – Atlanta Fed
Activists fight against the centuries-old tradition of eating dogs – Quartz
Fed’s Bullard says U.S. may only need single rate hike for now – Reuters
‘Helicopter money’ can help economy – Albuquerque Journal
Abolish The FOMC, Bring Back Green Eyeshades – Contra Corner

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