Saturday, February 7, 2015

Saturday Evening Links

[NYT] Stream of Foreign Wealth Flows to Elite New York Real Estate

[Bloomberg] Tsipras Scrambles to Find a Way Forward for Greece

[Reuters] Oil price fall exacerbated by hedging, energy firms' debt: BIS

Saturday's News Links

[Reuters] Merkel defends Ukraine arms stance in face of U.S. criticism

[Bloomberg] Putin Rejects Attempts to Contain Russia After Peace Talks Fail

[BBC] Ukraine crisis: 'Last chance' for peace says Hollande

[Reuters] Russian-backed rebels massing to attack key Ukrainian towns: Kiev

[Der Spiegel] Defiance and Charm: A Measured First Week for New Greek Leader

[Reuters] Isolated Greece wants no more bailout money with strings

[Reuters] Greece must present plans soon to avoid contagion: Buba VicePres

[Reuters] Different delivery, one message to Greece's new leaders

[WSJ] Greece Could Run Out of Cash in Weeks

[Bloomberg] Ukraine Summit Is Unsuccessful; U.S. Contemplates Next Steps

[Reuters] Merkel rules out arming Ukraine government but unsure peace push will work

[WSJ, Hilsenrath] Fed’s Rate Dilemma: Job Gains vs. Low Inflation

[Bloomberg] Petrobras Fresh Start Could Be More of Same With State Bank Lifer

[Bloomberg] India to Inject $1.1 Billion in Nine State-Owned Lenders

[Washington Post] Gulf countries denounce Shiite rebel’s ‘coup’ in Yemen

[Washington Post] Thousands march in Yemen to protest rebel takeover

[Reuters] Exclusive: Iran warns West that pragmatist Rouhani at risk from talks failure