Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. urges allies to think twice before joining China-led bank

[Reuters] Brazil's opposition calls for Rousseff probe in Petrobras scandal

[Bloomberg] Oil Extends Tumble While Asian Stocks Swing Ahead of Fed

[Reuters] Greece rejects 'blackmail', seeks meeting with top EU leaders

[BBC] Greek PM brings forward Russia Putin trip

[Bloomberg] Dijsselbloem Says Capital Controls May Help Avert Grexit

[AP] Drought-stricken California ramps up water restrictions

[Reuters] ECB's bond-buying could worsen bond scarcity in repo markets

[Reuters] U.S. urges allies to think twice before joining China-led bank

[Reuters] Russia rules out handing back Crimea, expands war games

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Brazilian Currency Leads Global Declines as Fitch Reviews Rating

[Bloomberg] The Fuzzy, Insane Math That's Creating So Many Billion-Dollar Tech Companies

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Rise as China Rallies to 2008 High; Ruble Gains

[Bloomberg] Greece Grabs Cash as More Than $2 Billion in Payouts Loom

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Won’t Rule Out CPI Dipping Below Zero, Keeps Stimulus

[Reuters] Currency swings cost U.S. corporates $18.66 bln in Q4 - study

[Reuters] China February FDI grows at slowest pace in six months, outbound flows jump

[Bloomberg] Kaisa Flags China Graft Probe Risks to Global Investors

[Reuters] Major U.S. allies to join China-backed bank: reports

[Bloomberg] Euro States’ Greek Solidarity Has Limits, Slovenian Premier Says

[CNBC] Greek, German tensions rise amid swearing claims

[Bloomberg, Gilbert] Greece's Euro Exit Seems Inevitable

[Bloomberg] Debunking $1.4 Trillion Europe Debt Myth in Post-Heta Age

[FT] Draghi QE is stoking bond bubble risk

[Forbes] U.S. Basically Says Russia Sanctions Will Go On Forever

[NYT] As Cyprus Recovers From Banking Crisis, Deep Scars Remain

[Bloomberg] Espirito Santo Collapse Triggers Bank Merger Discussions

[Bloomberg] Europe’s Extreme Parties Lure Voters by Speaking in Code