Monday, June 22, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] EU Leaders Prod Greece for More to Clinch Aid Deal This Week

[Bloomberg] China Margin Trades Buckle Leaving $364 Billion at Risk

[Bloomberg] Major Money Manager Braces for Bond-Market Collapse

[Bloomberg] Greece Is in a Worse Spot Than America Was in 1933

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Greek Stocks Lead European Shares Higher as Altice Jumps on M&A

[Bloomberg] Credit Risk Indicators Fall as Greek Plan Stokes Deal Optimism

[Reuters] Asia cheers Greece's 11th-hour proposals to avert default

[Reuters] Greece delivers "reasonable" proposal, no final deal seen on Monday

[Bloomberg] ECB Said to Raise Greek Bank Aid Third Time in Less Than a Week

[Bloomberg] Greek Optimism Tempered by Finance Chiefs as Plan Sows Confusion

[Reuters] Any Greece deal must match party manifesto, minister says

[UK Guardian] Creditors offer Greece six-month bailout reprieve as Tsipras weighs response

[NYT] As Deadline Looms, European Central Bank Plays Key Role in Greek Crisis

[BBC] Dire warning from Greek bank boss

[Bloomberg] Abe Aims to Cap Spending Growth to Rein in Japan’s Debt Burden

[Bloomberg] Speculators Retreat From Oil as OPEC Oversupply Crowds Out Shale

[Reuters] Explosive local govt debt issuance threatens China's easing efforts

[Bloomberg] China Margin Debt Shrinks First Time in a Month Amid Stock Rout

[Bloomberg] Shanshui Bonds Tumble to Record Low on Default Risk Amid Rift

[Bloomberg] Carter Says U.S. Can’t Meet Europe’s Security Challenges Alone

[FT] Senior Putin aide warns over Russia-US relations

[Washington Post] Russia warns of deeper rifts with West as Europe extends sanctions

[Reuters] Taliban attacks Afghan parliament