Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Stocks Fall as Petrobras Leads Decline in Brazil

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Rally as Fed Notes International Risks to Economy

[Bloomberg] Oil Falls to Lowest Since April 2009 on Rising U.S. Crude Supply

[UK Telegraph] Germany's top institutes push 'Grexit' plans as showdown escalates

[Bloomberg] Greek Bank Deposit Flight Said to Accelerate to Record

[] Petrobras Stock Plummets Today After Releasing Unaudited Third-Quarter Financial Results

[Bloomberg] Greece Credit Swaps Surge to Signal 70% Probability of Default

[Bloomberg] Greek Bonds,Stocks Decline as New Government Takes Charge

[Reuters] Exclusive: EU draft would extend Russia sanctions over Ukraine escalation

[Bloomberg] Italy’s Bonds Drop With Spain’s as Greek Notes Extend Selloff

[Reuters] Greek PM Tsipras pushes on with radical change, markets tumble

[Bloomberg] Raiffeisen Bond Rout Deepens as Swaps Signal 70% Default Chance

[Bloomberg] Singapore Pushes Currency Down to Join a Wave of Easing by Central Banks

[Reuters] Greek PM Tsipras says has mandate for radical change

[Bloomberg] Fed Decision Day Guide: From Rate Patience to Too-Low Inflation

[Bloomberg] Putin Goes All In as Ukraine Fights for Funding

[BBC] Greek elections: Five things Syriza wants to change

[Reuters] Exclusive: China plans to set 2015 growth target at 'around 7 percent' - sources

[Bloomberg] Shadow Bank Crackdown Seen Needed to Tame Chinese Stocks

[Reuters] China to launch new probe into margin trading, bank lending for stock speculation - sources

[WSJ] Debt That Once Boosted Its Cities Now Burdens China

[Bloomberg] Petrobras Fails to Agree on Writedowns Before Posting Earnings

[WSJ] Investors Rethink Taking a Leap Into Junk Bin

[Bloomberg] Subprime Bonds Are Back With Different Name Seven Years After U.S. Crisis

[AP] Hezbollah claims responsibility for attack on Israeli convoy

[Reuters] U.S. multinationals hit hard by strong dollar, to bleed further into 2015

[NYT] U.S. Strengths Buoy Consumers but Hurt Corporations With Business Abroad

[Reuters] Russian government outlines $35 billion anti-crisis plan

[LA Times] How Ukraine's outgunned 'cyborgs' lost Donetsk airport

[Reuters] Kazakhstan bans rallies, fearing Ukraine-style turmoil: U.N. report