Friday, January 30, 2015

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Greece Sets Up Cash Crunch for March Telling EU It’s Over

[Reuters] Greece says will not cooperate with troika or seek aid extension

[Bloomberg] Bullard Warns of Asset Bubble Risk If Fed Keeps Rates Too Low

[Washington Post] Greece really might leave the euro

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Real Leads Major Currency Drops as Petrobras Downgraded

[Bloomberg] Petrobras Bonds Sink After Rating Cut to Lowest Investment Grade

[Bloomberg] Ruble Breaches 70 Per Dollar After Russia’s Surprise Rate Cut

[Bloomberg] Germany Warns Greece Heading Wrong Way as Tsipras Shunned

[Bloomberg] Bonds Extend Global Rally as S&P 500 Futures, Ruble Slide

[Bloomberg] Indian Banks’ Shares Plunge as Bad-Loan Provisions Surge

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Head for Steepest Weekly Decline in Seven Weeks

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Budget Deficit in December Twice as Wide as Forecast

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Have Biggest Weekly Loss in Year on Margin Risk

[Bloomberg] Asian Currencies Fall a Fifth Month in Longest Streak Since 1998

[Bloomberg] Pimco Says Greek Bonds Illiquid and Volatile Until Accord

[Bloomberg] Russia Unexpectedly Cuts Key Rate as Economy Eclipses Ruble

[Bloomberg] Greece Shuns EU Bailout Cash Before Dijsselbloem Visit

[Bloomberg] EU Prepares Tougher Russian Penalties as Peace Talks Planned

[CNBC] New sanctions on Russia are 'economic war'

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Prices Extend Slide as ECB Fights Deflation

[Bloomberg] Draghi’s Asset-Backed Debt Revival Nowhere to Be Seen in January

[WSJ] Falling Prices Spread Pain Far Across The Oil Patch

[Bloomberg] Cheap Oil Burns $390 Billion Hole in Investors' Pockets

[Bloomberg] China Trusts Fuel Stocks With 28% Jump in Investment

[Bloomberg] China Fiscal Revenue Slowdown Puts Liquidity Onus on PBOC

[Bloomberg] Podemos Dries Young Spaniards’ Tears Targeting Syriza-Style Win

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Profits Declined 30% Last Year, Citigroup Says

[Bloomberg] Meet Asia’s Hottest Young Hedge Funds, Whose Assets Soared

[Bloomberg] South Korea Stares Into the Deflationary Abyss

[NYT] Oil Cash Waning, Venezuelan Shelves Lie Bare