Monday, March 30, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Tsipras Seeks Greek Opposition Backing in Stalled Talks

[NYT] Greece Looks to Russia as Deal With Europe Stumbles

[AP] Iran Nuclear Talks Near Deadline; Differences Remain

[NYT, Irwin] Now That Ben Bernanke Is Blogging, Here’s What He Should Write About

[Bloomberg] Data-Driven Danger in Fed’s Shifting Natural Jobless Rate

[NYT] China Appears to Attack GitHub by Diverting Web Traffic

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Equities Extend Quarterly Advance Amid Corporate Mergers

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Climb on China Stimulus Bets; Ruble Weakens

[Reuters] Oil prices drop on possible Iran deal, dollar

[Reuters] Germany says Greece must flesh out reforms to unlock aid

[Reuters] Greek reform list yet to take shape as talks with lenders continue

[Reuters] Heavy fighting in Aden as Yemen's Houthis make gains

[Washington Post] Saudi-led airstrikes shake Sanaa for fifth day as rebels push toward Aden

[Reuters] Warplanes hit Yemen's Sanaa overnight, after dawn: residents

[Reuters] Setbacks and progress as Iran, six powers meet to end nuclear impasse

[Reuters/NYT] Greece Says Not Backing Down on Debt Relief Goal

[Bloomberg] Dollar Rally Derailing S&P 500 Record Run as Correlation Breaks

[FT] Corporate debt rally puts equities in shade

[Bloomberg] Russia and Leverage Are Powerful Mix Luring Hedge Funds to ETFs

[Bloomberg] Canadian Junk Market Freezes as Poloz Compounds Oil Collapse

[Bloomberg] Nigeria Credit-Rating Outlook Cut to Negative at Fitch

[Bloomberg] Too Much of Everything Spurs Commodity Exodus as Price Wars Rage

[Bloomberg] Kaisa Anti-Graft Losses Cut China Developer Bond Sales

[Bloomberg] China Lowers Down Payment Requirement for Some Second Homes

[Bloomberg] Cinda Sees Opportunities as Distressed Assets Expand 80% in 2014

[Bernanke Blog] Why are interest rates so low?