Monday, February 23, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Greece to send reform list to Eurogroup Tuesday, misses Monday deadline

[Reuters] Oil prices fall as dollar strengthens and oversupply adds pressure

[Bloomberg] Russia Eurobonds Drop as Offshore Ruble Falls After Moody’s Cut

[Bloomberg] Emerging Currencies Drop as Moody’s Cut Hurts Ruble; Lira Falls

[Bloomberg] Ukraine Bonds Fall for 7th Day to Record After Kharkiv Bombing

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Rise With Italy Bonds on Greece; Oil Falls

[Bloomberg] ECB Distorting Debt Markets as UniCredit Bonds Converge With ANZ

[Reuters] Greece discussing reforms with partners to ensure acceptance: government

[Reuters] Greek bank deposit outflows rose to 3 billion euros last week: JP Morgan

[CNBC] INTERVIEW-Japan PM adviser says BOJ can halve inflation target

[Bloomberg] Denmark Dismisses Report It Could Consider Capital Controls

[Bloomberg] Kaisa Creditors Need to Allow Payment Halt: Sunac Manager

[Reuters] Analysis: As states tighten belts, Brazil edges closer to recession

[CNBC] 'It's treason!' Greek anger at government U-turn

[Reuters] Kiev says cannot withdraw heavy weapons as attacks persist

[Bloomberg] BofA Leads Charge Into Bonds as Banks Hoard $2 Trillion

[Bloomberg] Yellen Faces Congress Amid Direst Threat to Fed Since Dodd-Frank

[Reuters] Rent walkouts point to strains in U.S. farm economy

[Reuters] INSIGHT-US shale oil's crash diet likely to bring forward output dip

[Bloomberg] Tales From an Oil-Sands Downturn: Angst Meets Bravado in Alberta

[Reuters] Russian offers Iran latest anti-aircraft missiles: TASS