Monday, April 13, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Violence escalates in east Ukraine ahead of talks

[NYT] Treasury Officials Increase Efforts With Finances of Puerto Rico

[Forbes] Shale oil boom goes bust as expected production dips for first time in years

[BBC] No clear winners or losers in Yemen as conflict rages

[Bloomberg] Brazilian Real Drops as China Import Decline Damps Flow Prospect

[Reuters] Greece denies report that it is preparing for debt default

[FT] Greece prepares for debt default if talks with creditors fail

Bloomberg] Budget Gap in U.S. Widens as Spending Tops Record Revenue

[Reuters/NYT] U.S. Shale Oil Output to Fall in May, First Drop in Four Years-EIA

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Time running out on Greek debt talks, says top EU official

[Reuters] Greece casts shadow as ECB money printing buoys euro zone

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Banker Sees ’08 Crisis Echoes in Brazil Capital Markets

[Reuters] Iran calls for new Yemeni government, increasing tension with Saudis

[Reuters] China's March exports shrink 15 percent year-on-year in shock fall

[Reuters] China stocks rise again despite bad March export data

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Drops Most in a Month as China Exports Decline

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Trade at Record as Energy Shares Rise, Miners Fall

[Bloomberg] Turkish Lira Weakens to Record Before Election as Dollar Gains

[Bloomberg] Iran Deal’s June 30 Deadline Might Slip Amid Framework Disputes

[AP] Fighting picks up in war-torn eastern Ukraine

[AP/CNBC] Corporate deals appetite hits 5-year high

[CNBC] World Bank pares China, East Asia growth forecast

[Bloomberg] Kaisa Founder Returns as Chairman With Debt Deadline Looming

[Reuters] China's influence over AIIB a concern ahead of founders' meeting

[Bloomberg] Wanted: Global Buyers for China’s $258 Billion Muni Bond Flood

[Bloomberg] China, Russia, Saudi Arabia Boosted Defense Most as U.S. Cut

[NYT] Mighty Rio Grande Now a Trickle Under Siege