Thursday, February 5, 2015

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] RadioShack Files for Bankruptcy Protection as Losses Mount

[Reuters] Greek, German ministers clash as ECB snub hits Athens' banks

[Bloomberg] ECB Said to Allow Greek Banks 59.5 Billion Euros Lifeline

[FT] ECB split points to sensitivity of Greek liquidity curbs

[Reuters] NATO strengthens forces in eastern Europe against Russia risk

[Time] Western Peace Initiatives on Ukraine Unlikely to Work, Experts Say

[Bloomberg] Chinese State-Sponsored Hackers Suspected in Anthem Attack

[Bloomberg/Chicago Trib] Petrobras, $262 billion poorer, exposes busted Brazil dream

[FT] Petrobras scandal adds to brewing storm for Dilma Rousseff

[Bloomberg] The Strong Dollar Just Took a Bite Out of the U.S. Economy

[Reuters] Russia sees security threat if U.S. gives Kiev lethal arms

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Trade Gap in U.S. Widened in December to Largest in Two Years

[Bloomberg] ECB’s Greek Shock Reverberates in Bonds From Germany to Spain

[Reuters] Greek banks hammered after ECB snub, Athens rejects 'blackmail'

[Bloomberg] Hryvnia Plummets 32% as Ukraine Boosts Case for New IMF Lifeline

[FT] Greek-German rift opens up at press conference

[Reuters] European shares fall after ECB decision on Greek debt

[Bloomberg] Greek Bank Bonds Tumble After ECB Ends Access to Funding Window

[Bloomberg] Greece Sticks to Anti-Austerity Demands Following ECB Loan Cut

[Bloomberg] Greece Wakes Up to Dornbusch Law as ECB Puts It on Crisis Clock

[Bloomberg] Banker to the Broke: Lazard Advises Greece, Ukraine

[Bloomberg] ECB Accord Under Scrutiny as Danes Defending Peg Ask, What If?

[Bloomberg] A World Overflowing With Debt

[Bloomberg] Petrobras, Now $262 Billion Poorer, Exposes Busted Brazil Dream

[Bloomberg] Pushing on a String? Two Charts Showing China's Dilemma

[Reuters] German, French leaders to take Ukraine peace plan to Kiev, Moscow

[Bloomberg] Russian Inflation Soars to Fastest Since 2008 After Ruble Plunge

[Bloomberg] The Rebel Leader Who Makes Putin Look Cautious

[Bloomberg] Indonesia’s Economy Shrank Last Quarter on Commodities Slump

[Reuters] Yemeni parties agree to form presidential council: negotiators

[CNBC] Anthem hacked, millions of records likely stolen

[NYT] Abe Wants to Revise Pacifist Constitution as Early as 2016, Ally Says

[Bloomberg] Boko Haram’s Widening Raids Entangle Regional Nations in War