Sunday, March 8, 2015

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Greek Tensions Revived as Creditors Reject Reform List

[Reuters] Early Greek election, referendum possible if EU rejects debt plan: Varoufakis

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Decline as U.S. Jobs Report Spurs Rate-Rise Bets

[Bloomberg] China Defaults Seen in Private Bonds as Real Yields Surge

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Rebound From Recession Was Weaker Than First Estimated

[Washington Post] Russia’s anti-U.S. sentiment now is even worse than it was in Soviet Union

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Greece Mulls Referendum as No Deal With Lenders in Sight

[Reuters] Chinese cooldown and Greek funding in focus

[Reuters] Exclusive: Foreign banks tighten lending rules for China state-backed firms

[Reuters] Exclusive: China takes lessons from Japan, past master on slowdown, deflation

[Reuters] Exports jump in China, but slide in imports signals economic weakness

[Reuters] Early election, referendum possible if Greek debt plan rejected-Varoufakis

[AFP] Juncker urges EU to face up to 'serious' Greek troubles

[NYT] Concerns About Deflation Show Up in an Obscure Derivatives Market

[Reuters] Layoffs and empty streets as Australia's boom towns go bust

[Reuters] No sign Putin has changed strategy on Ukraine: UK foreign minister

[Bloomberg] China’s Foreign Minister Defends Construction in South China Sea

[Bloomberg] Argentina Economy Can’t Take 40 Percent Inflation: Massa

[Bloomberg] Saudi Arabia Topped India as Largest Weapons Importer Last Year