Monday, March 9, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Greek Bonds Miss Out on ECB Rally Before Finance Ministers Meet

[Reuters] Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem: Greece reform outline 'far from complete'

[Reuters] EU aides play down Greek reform plan, no early progress

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Fall to Three-Week Low on Rate Bets as Won Drops

[Bloomberg] ECB Said to Begin Buying German Government Bonds in QE

[Bloomberg] ECB Said to Leave Negative-Yield Losses Unresolved Under QE

[Reuters] German Yields Negative to 2021 as Investors Set for ECB Buying

[Bloomberg] Spain’s Post-Franco Elite Under Attack From Rise of Popular Podemos Party

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Decline Amid Greece, U.S. Interest-Rate Concerns

[Reuters] German conservative says Greece better off outside euro zone

[Reuters] Exclusive: China's international payments system ready, could launch by year-end - sources

[Bloomberg] Kaisa to Cut Offshore Bond Coupons in Second Restructuring

[Reuters] Kaisa haircut is bad omen for China property debt

[Bloomberg] China Lets Local Authorities Convert Debt Into Muni Bonds

[Bloomberg] China Money-Market Fund Assets Surge Six-Fold, Fitch Says

[Bloomberg] China Regulator Eyes E-Commerce Oversight After Blasting Alibaba

[Bloomberg] Brazil Congress Chiefs Deny Wrongdoing in Petrobras Scandal

[Bloomberg] HSBC in Last Place Puts Focus on Foreign Banks in Turkey

[Reuters] Fukushima residents torn over nuclear waste storage plan