Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China’s Stocks Fall for Second Day on Developers, Coal Miners

[Bloomberg] Get Ready for the Return of Risky-Mortgage Bonds: Credit Markets

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop as Microsoft to P&G Results Disappoint

[Bloomberg] Currency Trading Climbs to Records as Central Banks Diverge

[Reuters] Greek PM Tsipras names anti-austerity cabinet, port sale halted

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Lawmakers Seek Alternatives to $2 Billion Bond Sale

[CNBC] Turmoil in Yemen could have global implications

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Greek Bonds, Stocks Drop as Leaders to Spar on Writedown

[Bloomberg] Tsipras Names Cabinet Heading for Clash Over Bailout and Russia

[Bloomberg] Raiffeisen Debt Signaling Distress as Currency Woes Mount

[Reuters] Raiffeisen Bank denies talk of Russia exit, capital increase

[Businessweek] Greek Government Questions EU Bid for Russia Sanctions

[Bloomberg] Stronger Dollar Punishes U.S. Earnings From P&G to DuPont

[Bloomberg] Orders for U.S. Capital Goods Drop for Fourth Straight Month

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Fall From Seven-Year High; Greek Bonds Drop

[Bloomberg] Euro Climbs as SNB Says It’s Ready to Intervene; Yen Advances

[Bloomberg] Russia Junk Rating Sends Bonds Lower as Ruble Rises From Record

Bloomberg] U.S. 30-Year Yield Near Record Low With Fed Seen Holding Rates

[Bloomberg] Buyout Lenders Balk as Apollo Delays Junk Bonds: Credit Markets

[Bloomberg] EU Renews Push for Russian Sanctions; Putin Blames Ukraine

[Bloomberg] China Industrial Profits Fall Most Since 2011 Amid Slowdown

[Bloomberg] China Private Bond Faces Stress as LGFV Says No Pledge

[Bloomberg] Shanghai Regulator Said to Order Widest Stress Test on Property

[Bloomberg] What Clampdown? China Margin Traders Boost Debt to Record

[Reuters] Petrobras may book $20 billion asset write-down: Veja magazine blog

[Bloomberg] Petrobras Readies Results to Avert Debt Breach

[Bloomberg] Turkey’s Basci Signals Emergency Meeting to Cut Rates Next Week

[Reuters] Nine Ukrainian soldiers killed in 'tense' eastern conflict: Kiev military

[Washington Post] This alleged Russian spy ring was interested in some very dangerous things

[Reuters] How Draghi got divided ECB to say 'yes' to money-printing

[NYT] Investment Riches Built on Subprime Auto Loans to Poor

[MarketWatch] Doubts grow about mid-year rate hike, but Fed won’t express any