Saturday, January 24, 2015

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Ukraine Clashes Widen as Obama Vows More Pressure on Russia

[Reuters] Greece's Syriza set to sweep election in anti-austerity triumph

[Bloomberg] China Bull Market Masks Momentum Breakdown as Stock Volumes Sink

[Reuters] Venezuela's currency woes an increasing threat to U.S. corporate profits

[Reuters] EU's Tusk slams 'appeasement' of Russia as bloc talks new sanctions

[Reuters] Greek leftists Syriza aim for landmark election win

[Reuters] Yemen risks disintegration as south rejects Shi'ite group's takeover

[Reuters] All eyes on Fed, Greece after ECB fires bazooka

[Bloomberg] Greece Votes as Europe Looks On: A Guide to the Process

[Bloomberg] Ukraine Fighting Spreads to Key Port City as Rebels Attack

[Reuters] Bundesbank's Weidmann casts doubt on effectiveness of ECB's QE

Saturday's News Links

[Washington Post] Greece goes to the polls, and Europe holds its breath

[Reuters] Rebels say launched attack on Mariupol as 20 killed in east Ukraine city

[Bloomberg] Ukraine Rebels Launch ‘Offensives Everywhere,’ Renew Push to Sea

[Bloomberg] Carney Says QE Can Encourage Excessive Risk-Taking in Markets

[Bloomberg] Caracas Streets Set for Rival Protests as Economy Struggles

[Irish Times] Germans united in the conviction ECB has gone rogue

[Bloomberg] Greece at the Crossroads: How the Future May Unfold

[Washington Post] Yemen crisis disrupts U.S. counterterrorism operations, officials say

[Bloomberg] Samaras Clashes With Tspiras as Greek Campaign Wraps Up

[Bloomberg] Europe’s Bonds Surge as ECB Buying Plan Sends Yields to Records

[Reuters] Rebel shelling kills up to 10 people in east Ukrainian city of Mariupol: officials

[Reuters] As China pushes cash through front door, capital escapes out the back