The Daily Debt Rattle

Submitted by Raúl Ilargi Meijer  –  The Automatic Earth

• Japan Shares Jump Most in Seven Years (WSJ) 
• Bond Market Sends Fed All-Clear to Raise Interest Rates (Bloomberg) 
• World Bank Economist Warns Fed Hike Could Harm Emerging Economies (WSJ) 
• Deutsche Bank: The U.S. Dollar Rally Is “Rotating, not Ending” (Bloomberg) 
• Market Volatility Has Changed Immensely (Tracy Alloway) 
• China Just Killed the World’s Biggest Stock-Index Futures Market (Bloomberg) 
• Perfect Storm Continues To Hammer EM Currencies (BNE) 
• China Slowdown Hits Major African Economies Hard (WSJ) 
• Boom, Bust And Broken Trust Mark The Ages Of Finance (John Kay) 
• Germany To Receive More Than 800,000 Refugees This Year (Reuters)
• Europe’s Alarming Lack Of Unity Over Refugees Could Break Up The EU (Ind.) 
• Concern Over Burgeoning Trade In Fake And Stolen Syrian Passports (Guardian) 
• Citi: Capital Markets Now Control Oil Prices (Tracy Alloway) 
• China Intends To Oust Dollar From Oil Trade (RT) 
• Obscure Hedge Fund Is Buying Tens of Billions of Dollars of US Treasurys (WSJ) 
• Yet Another Measure Of Risk In Junk-Bond Market Flashing Red (MarketWatch) 
• The City’s Stranglehold Makes Britain An Oh-So-Civilised Mafia State (Monbiot) 
• Majority of Greeks Say Adopting Euro Has Harmed Country (Gallup) 
• EU Nations Must Support UN Sovereign Debt Restructuring Proposals (19 Economists) 
• Russia Demands Answers As Bulgaria, Greece Deny Syria Flights (AFP) 
• How Europe Crushed Greece (Yanis Varoufakis) 
• Can Hobbits Save New Zealand? (CNBC)