Monday, March 16, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China Lead in Treasury Holdings Narrows to Below $1 Billion

[Bloomberg] Brazil Protests Followed by New Round of Corruption Arrests

[Reuters] France, Germany and Italy to Join China-Backed Bank-FT

[CNBC] Hedge fund manager: It's a 'truly scary time'

[Reuters] Fighting rages near Donetsk airport despite Ukraine ceasefire

[Bloomberg] Sabine Bonds Plunge as Forest Oil Purchase Weighs on Results

[Bloomberg Video] David Stockman: The Economy Is Falling Apart

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Most Emerging Stocks Fall on Oil Decline; Chinese Shares Rally

[Bloomberg] Oil Is Getting Slammed Again, and Falling to its Lowest Level in Years

[Bloomberg] Brazil January Economy Surprises Analysts With Second Drop

[Bloomberg] Greece Set for IMF Repayment as Cash Reserves Running Dry

[Reuters] Greek PM Tsipras says there is no going back to austerity

[Bloomberg] U.S. Officials Not Too Worried By Dollar Surging While Central Banks Split on Policy

[Bloomberg] China Graft Probe Snares Another Developer After Kaisa

[Reuters] In China, trust firms shift, rather than reduce, shadow banking risk

[Bloomberg] Budget Culprit France Splits Analysts as EU Raises Pressure

[FT] Top investment groups shock-test bond portfolios

[Bloomberg] Siemens Cheers Euro Slump as Emerson Seeks to Ease Dollar Sting

[Reuters] Putin puts Northern Fleet on alert for Arctic exercises: RIA

[Reuters] Kerry Hints U.S. Ready to Walk Away as Iran Nuclear Talks Resume