Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Wednesday Evening Links

[LA Times] Brown orders California's first mandatory water restrictions: 'It's a different world'

[Bloomberg] Brown Orders Mandatory Water Curbs for California Drought

[Bloomberg] These Charts Show the Horrific Conditions That Forced California Into Water Rationing

[Bloomberg] Factories in U.S. Slogging Through Storm of Challenges

[Bloomberg] ECB Said to Raise ELA Limit for Greek Banks by 700 Million Euros

[Reuters] Yemen Houthi fighters backed by tanks reach central Aden

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Pound Weakens as Political Risk Overshadows Manufacturing Growth

[Bloomberg] Iron Ore Sinks Below $50 as Worldwide Glut Swells, China Slows

[Reuters] Despite progress, Iran nuclear talks hit impasse on details

[Reuters] Weak demand hits China factory, services firms in March, more easing seen

[NYT] Aid for Yemen Dwindles as Need Rises Amid Chaos

[Bloomberg] How Brazil's President Plans to Get the Country and Herself Out of This Mess

[WSJ] Cost of Borrowing Cash Overnight in Exchange for U.S. Treasurys Spikes

[Bloomberg] Reckoning Arrives for Cash-Strapped Oil Firms Amid Bank Squeeze

[USAT] Cheap oil prices chop jobs by thousands

[Bloomberg] Record Borrowing for Stocks Shows Canada Debt Binge Grows

[Bloomberg] Renegades of Junk: The Rise and Fall of the Drexel Empire

[Bloomberg] China Investors Face Wake-Up Call in Sound Global Slide