Friday, February 6, 2015

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Isolated Greece rejects bailout extension

[Bloomberg] Greek Bonds Drop as Eurogroup Chair Says No to Bridging Loans

[Bloomberg] Greece Seeks Plan C After Eurogroup Rules Out Bridge Loan

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Swap Rates Rise to 2015 High as Inflation Accelerates

[Bloomberg] Brazil January Inflation at Fastest Pace in Nearly 12 Years

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Drop as Labor-Market Strength Renews Rate Speculation

[Bloomberg] Jobs Report Crushes Expectations

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Decline From Seven-Year High After Four-Day Gain

[Bloomberg] Tsipras Vows to Keep Promises After German Rebuff

[Bloomberg] Spanish Bonds Underperform Italy’s as Podemos Gains Popularity

[Reuters] Ukrainian, rebel convoys head for rail town to evacuate civilians

[Bloomberg] Merkel Said to Plan Tough Message for Putin in Moscow

[Reuters] Merkel dampens hopes for Ukraine ceasefire deal in Moscow talks

[Bloomberg] Currency Devaluations Are an Undeclared War

[Bloomberg] Denmark Pledges More to Come If Speculators Still Doubt Peg

[Bloomberg] Yen Rally Surprises Traders as G-10 Adopts Stimulus: Currencies

[Bloomberg] SNB’s Foreign Currency Reserves Hold Steady Amid Cap Exit

[Reuters] China's reserve ratio cut more help to banks than borrowers

[Bloomberg] Junk-Era Backsliding in Brazil Bonds Shows Mounting Woes

[Bloomberg] PBOC Uses Yuan Fixing to Force Appreciation as Bearish Bets Jump

[Bloomberg] China’s Stocks Fall in Longest Weekly Losing Streak Since May

[Bloomberg] The Diverging Fates of China's Provinces

[Bloomberg] CICC Sees China Loans Blowing Out to Highest Since Crisis

[WSJ] Plosser says Fed ‘Will Struggle’ With Policy Statement at March Meeting

[WSJ] Rich Brazilians, Wary of Government, Look Abroad

[Bloomberg] Irish Fighting Bankers Show It’s Not Just Greeks Protesting Debt