Thursday, July 2, 2015

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] IMF warns of huge financial hole as Greek vote looms

[Bloomberg] Greek Drama Won’t End With Vote as Polls Indicate a Tight Race

[AP] Days Before Referendum, Greek Voters Perplexed and Undecided

[Reuters] U.S.-focused stock funds on track for record annual outflows: Lipper

[Reuters] No breakthrough at Iran nuclear talks, ministers push for deal soon

[Reuters] Germany says new reports of U.S. spying harm security ties

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Jobs Report Disappoints, Participation Rate Falls to Lowest Since 1977

[Bloomberg] Defiant Varoufakis Says He’ll Quit If Greeks Endorse Austerity

[WSJ] Cash Crunch Hits Everyday Life in Greece

[Reuters] Plight of Greek pensioners heaps pressure on Tsipras

[Reuters] Chinese stocks tumble again, ignoring Beijing's blandishments

[Bloomberg] Sweden Deepens Negative Interest Rates to Curb Gains in Krona

[Bloomberg] The Long Odds CEOs Engineer Another Quarter of U.S. Profit Gains

[Bloomberg] Shale Drillers' Safety Net Is Vanishing

[CNBC] Bond losses mount in 'year of no return'

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Decline in June as Stocks Tumble on Greek Woes

[NYT] Jitters in Tech World Over New Chinese Security Law

[Der Spiegel] The Bill: Germany Faces Billions in Losses If Greece Goes Bust

[MarketWatch] Spain is trying to avoid being Europe’s next debt bomb

[Reuters] China navy holds first missile combat resupply drill

[Reuters] Russia says new U.S. military strategy is confrontation