Monday, February 9, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] China Jan inflation comes in at 0.8 pct, missing forecasts

[NYT] In China, Heavy Industry Unexpectedly Falls Sharply

[NYT] Greece to Propose a Debt Compromise Plan to Creditors

[Bloomberg] Merkel Cool to Bailout Compromise as Greece Said to Seek Bridge

[Bloomberg/Chicago Trib] Greek bank bonds fall as premier refuses to extend program

[AFP] Greece and its creditors at loggerheads as key debt meeting looms

[Reuters] Euro zone, Greece face off as markets take fright

[Reuters] Obama says still weighing decision on arming Ukraine forces

[Bloomberg] Venezuela’s Rating Lowered by S&P on Outlook for Economic Policy

[Bloomberg] Bond Traders Unimpressed by Greek Drama They’ve Seen Before

[NYT] Ruble’s Fall Tests Governor of Russia’s Central Bank

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Greece to Seek 10 Billion-Euro Leeway in Bridge Deal

[Bloomberg] Greek Investors Buying More Gold Coins From U.K. Royal Mint

[Bloomberg] The End of Oil Jobs as We Know Them

[Bloomberg] Greek finance minister condemns bailouts, confirms plans for EU bridge pact

[Bloomberg] Greek Bonds Decline as Tsipras Holds Firm to Bailout Rejection

[Bloomberg] Greek Risk Draws Global Concern on Lehman Echo Warnings

[Reuters] Grexit, China growth fears weigh on European assets

[Reuters] EU delays sanctions by a week to support Ukraine peace talks

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Stocks Slump After China Imports; Ruble Jumps

[Bloomberg] Turkish Lira Falls to Record as Erdogan Attacks Monetary Policy

[Reuters] Juncker tells Greek PM: don't assume euro zone will accept your plans

[FT] No extension to Greek bailout, says Tsipras

[Reuters] Merkel to urge caution in U.S. as pressure builds to arm Ukraine forces

[Reuters] Ukraine calls parliament to discuss budget changes for IMF deal

[Bloomberg] G-20 Draft Calls for Accommodative Monetary Policy to Aid Growth

[Bloomberg] Bond Danger Compounded by U.S. Extending Treasury Maturities

[Bloomberg] Kaisa Sequels Coming to China’s Banks Amid Corruption Web

[Bloomberg] OPEC Cuts Forecast for U.S. Oil-Supply Growth After Price Rout