Thursday, March 26, 2015

Thursday's News Links

[AP] Saudi Arabia, allies open air campaign against Yemen rebels

[Bloomberg] Oil Jumps With Metals, Yen on Yemen While Stocks Retreat

[Bloomberg] Dubai Stocks Lead Rout After Yemen Air Strikes

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Drop Most in Two Weeks as Technology Shares Fall

[Reuters] Oil surges on Yemen air strikes, global stocks tumble

[Bloomberg] Europe Shares Drop Second Day Amid Increased Middle East Tension

[AP] Iran Calls Saudi Airstrikes in Yemen 'Dangerous Step'

[NBC] Yemen Crisis: Saudi Arabia Masses 150,000 Troops to Support Airstrikes

[AP] Yemen's conflict fuels calls for southern independence

[Bloomberg] How Greece’s Exit From Euro Could Happen

[Bloomberg] Greek Bank Deposits Plunge to 10-Year Low

[Reuters] Deposits in Greek banks fell by 7.8 bln eur in Feb - ECB data

[Reuters] Euro zone lending dips in Feb, dashing expectations for rise

[Bloomberg] Brazil 2016 Inflation to Remain Above Target, Central Bank Says

[Bloomberg] Why Bombing This Tiny Oil Producer Is Roiling the Energy Market

[Bloomberg] U.S. Home Prices Are Surging 13 Times Faster Than Wages

[Reuters] Fed's Bullard: now may be good time to normalize U.S. monetary policy

[NYT] As Dollar Heats Up Overseas, U.S. Manufacturers Feel a Chill

[Bloomberg] China Bulls Adopt Price-to-Whatever Ratio as Equities Surge

[Reuters] BOJ Harada: Hard to see 2 pct inflation, 2-yr timeframe as 'rigid' goals

[Reuters] Philippines says to resume works in disputed South China Sea