Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Brazil Prosecutor Said to Take Aim at Politicians in Probe

[Reuters] China Feb HSBC services PMI edges up to 52.0 as orders improve

[Bloomberg] Japan Public Debt is Keeping BNP's Chief Credit Analyst Awake at Night

[Bloomberg] Shelby Says Fed Should Be Held Accountable for Its Actions

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Drop as Corporate-Bond Issuance Swamps Debt Markets

[Reuters] Brazil real weakens to 10-year low on intervention uncertainty

[Bloomberg] Lost Amid Huge Actavis Bond Sale Is a Sign That Not All Is Right

[Reuters] Target to cut thousands of jobs, eyes $2 billion in cost cuts

[Reuters] Sluggish February U.S. car sales blamed on blustery weather

[Reuters] Greek government to tackle 'humanitarian crisis' in first parliamentary bill

[Reuters] Three dead as Kiev accuses Ukraine rebels of shelling

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Ukraine Central Bank Increases Benchmark Refinancing Rate to 30%

[Bloomberg] Greece’s Bailout Extension No Panacea for Bond Market

[CNBC] Plot thickens over third bailout for Greece

[AFP] EU pushing for unity to end row over Greek PM comments

[Bloomberg] Company Cash Bathes Stocks as Monthly Buybacks Set Record

[Bloomberg] Quantitative Easing Isn’t Working, BlackRock’s Peter Fisher Says

[Bloomberg] Traders Brace for End of Quiet After VIX’s Biggest Drop: Options

[Bloomberg] Kaisa Seeks Relief on $7.6 Billion Onshore Debt Amid Buyout

[Bloomberg] China’s Debt Binge Spawns Asset-Backed Bond Boom: Credit Markets

[Bloomberg] PBOC’s Yi Sees No Need to Widen Yuan Band Amid Currency Pressure

[Bloomberg] Deflation Risk Frustrates Central Bankers’ Easy Money Campaigns

[Bloomberg] Macau Casino Revenue Has Record 49% Slump on Weak Demand

[Bloomberg] Turkey Annual Inflation Misses Estimates as Food Prices Rise

[Bloomberg] Sao Paulo Water Everywhere Not Enough to Drink: Corporate Brazil

[Bloomberg View] Ukraine's Next Battle Zone Is Its Economy

[NYT, Sorkin] A Warning From Buffett About Banks

[CNBC] Hedge funds expect to top $3 trillion in 2015: Deutsche Bank

[Bloomberg] Goldman Partner Who Called Japan's Demise Sees Similarities With China