Monday, March 2, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Oil falls more than 1 percent on dollar, supply concerns

[Bloomberg] Ruble Sinks 2nd Day as Russia Faces $20 Billion Debt Repayments

[Bloomberg] Yuan Drops to Two-Year Low as PBOC Rate Cut Boosts China Stocks

[Reuters] Stimulus swells as China eases, India spends

[Bloomberg] Draghi Outflanking Kuroda as Bearish Euro Bets Surge: Currencies

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] Fed Ushers in a New Era of Uncertainty on Rates

[Bloomberg] The Great Global Monetary Easing of 2015 May Be Done by Mid-Year

[Reuters] Pro-Russian rebels train for more fighting despite Ukraine truce

[Bloomberg] Heta Senior Bonds Plunge After Austria Cuts Off Aid to Bad Bank

[CNBC] Greece lashes out as pressure to reform rises

[Reuters] ECB uncomfortable with leading role in Greek funding drama

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Divergence Exposed as Celtic Boom Meets Gallic Slump

[Reuters] Insight - Near Fed majority backs June liftoff Yellen hasn't yet endorsed

[NYT] Wells Fargo Puts a Ceiling on Subprime Auto Loans

[Bloomberg] American Refinancing Boom Seen Fizzling, Bonds Show: Mortgages

[Bloomberg] How Billionaires in London Use Secret Luxury Homes to Hide Assets

[Bloomberg] Record Home Sales in Sydney Add to Bubble Fear

[Bloomberg] Cracks in Ukrainian Economy Surface Beyond Kiev’s Cloak of Calm

[Reuters] China parliament to juggle reform drive and slower growth

[Reuters] New film on China's pollution sparks debate, seen as milestone