Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Varoufakis Counts On ECB to Avoid Greek Default in March

[Reuters] Ukraine under pressure from currency fall, gas supply threat

[NYT] Eurozone’s Future Remains at Risk, Mario Draghi Warns

[Reuters] Exclusive: China drops leading technology brands for state purchases

[Reuters] Turkey's Erdogan questions whether central bank under external influence

[Bloomberg] U.S. Oil Inventories Surge for Seventh Week

[Bloomberg] Petrobras Junk Rating Pressures Brazil’s Levy to Deliver

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] World stocks near all-time highs after Fed signals

[Reuters] Germany's Schaeuble: credibility of new Greek plan still in doubt

[Reuters] Ukraine Prime Minister Denounces Central Bank Ban on Currency Trade

[Bloomberg] Ukraine Bans Banks From Purchasing Foreign Currency for Clients

[Bloomberg] Oil Bust Empties Out Private-Jet Parking Lot in Texas

[Bloomberg] The 0-for-27 Tally on Debt Ratings Seen Worsening: Brazil Credit

[Bloomberg] Radioactive Water at Fukushima Site Leaks Into Ocean, Tepco Says

[Bloomberg] Yemen Slides Toward Breakup as Hadi Rallies Support in South

[Reuters] Yemen Houthis take over U.S.-trained special forces base in Sanaa

[Reuters] Europe risks right-wing backlash, Greece's Varoufakis tells Charlie Hebdo

[Reuters] China newspaper warns of rising deflation risk

[Bloomberg] China Readies Measures to Counter Housing Market Slump

[Washington Post] U.S. military vehicles paraded 300 yards from the Russian border

[Bloomberg] Civilians Fleeing Boko Haram Flood Northern Nigerian Cities