Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Wednesday Evening Links

[AP] Saudi Arabia Begin Airstrikes Against Houthi Rebels in Yemen

[Washington Post] Saudi Arabia launches air attacks in Yemen

[Bloomberg] Nasdaq Composite Falls Most Since April as Tech Shares Tumble

[Reuters] Oil up 3 pct on weak dollar, speculative buying, Yemen

[AP] Yemen allies Saudi Arabia and Egypt consider intervention in Yemen, but likely only by air

[U.S. News/AP] Yemen In Disarray

[LA Times] Iran-backed rebels in Yemen loot secret files about U.S. spy operations

[Bloomberg] The Fed Still Needs to Figure Out How to Raise Rates

[Reuters] Shadow banking morphs and grows, confounding authority

[FT, El-Erian] Missteps and miscalculations that could cost Greece the euro

[Bloomberg Video] Behind the Historic U.S. Oil Supply Glut

[AFP] Ukraine receives first batch of US Humvees

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Yemen's Houthi militia close in on president's Aden base

[Bloomberg] Most Emerging-Market Stocks Drop, Led by China; Ruble Advances

[Bloomberg] Saudi Stocks Head for Biggest Drop in 3 Months on Yemen Strife

[Bloomberg] Brazil Scales Back Currency Support as Real Sinks to 12-Year Low

[Bloomberg] Sputtering Emerging Markets Threaten Next Global Deflation Shock

[Bloomberg] Greece's Debt Crisis Explained

[Bloomberg] Six Years of Buy the Dip Keep Stocks Calm as Other Markets Erupt

[Reuters] Fed's Evans says strong dollar a challenge, but transitory

[Reuters] Yemen's Houthi militia poised to take president's Aden base

[LA Times] Yemen president flees Aden home as Shiite rebels near, official says

[Reuters] Ukraine leader fires oligarch Kolomoisky as regional chief

[Reuters] Ultra-nationalist Ukrainian battalion gears up for more fighting

[WSJ] Biotech’s Rally Fuels Bubble Fears

[Bloomberg] Goldman Says U.S. Job Growth Has Been Running Too Hot

[NYT] Wall St. Stars Join Silicon Valley Gold Rush

[Bloomberg] Falling Knife Slashes Shale Dealmaking as Buyers Await Bottom

[CNBC] China's crude oil storage almost full -Sinopec exec

[Reuters] Top U.S. CEOs reaped billions from stock gains in recent years, Reuters analysis shows