Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Track U.S. Drop After Dollar Gains on Rate Concerns

[Reuters] Facing cash crunch, Greece set to tap into bank rescue fund - sources

[Bloomberg] ECB May See More Capital Outflows Than Bargained for With QE

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slide as Dollar Gains Amid Interest Rate Concerns

[Reuters] Dollar rally sinks oil; Brent down more than U.S. crude

[NYT] Emerging Markets Lose Their Luster as Crises Mount

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Protections Hit Lowest Quality on Record, Moody’s Says

[Reuters] Germany used legal tricks to avoid WW2 reparations: Greece

[Reuters] Germany's Merkel narrowly avoided bigger revolt on Greece: sources

[Reuters] More Russian tanks, equipment cross Ukraine border: U.S. official

[Reuters] Testing Beijing, Japan eyes growing role in South China Sea security

[Bloomberg] Spain Faces Challenges to Meet Deficit Target as Elections Loom

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Denmark Lifts Euro-Peg ‘Tsunami Warning’ as Speculators Defeated

[Bloomberg] Borrowing Cheap in Europe Comes With Catch for U.S. Firms

[Reuters] Ukraine's military says eastern rebels using truce to amass arms

[NYT] Russia’s Well for Corporate Bailouts Appears to Be Running Dry