Sunday, April 19, 2015

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Greece's Varoufakis warns of Grexit contagion

[Reuters] Greek banks low on refinancing collateral, Noyer tells Le Figaro

[Reuters] Millionaire businessman wins Finland vote, euroskeptics take second place

[Reuters] China makes big cut in bank reserve requirement to fight slowdown

[Bloomberg] Euro Area Seeks Greece Roadmap to May Agreement to Avoid Default

[Reuters] Euro working group to meet Wednesday, deal still sought: Greek official

[NYT] Greece Flashes Warning Signals About Its Debt

[NYT] China Frees Up $200 Billion for Lending

[Reuters] Kuroda says markets could be caught unready if BOJ succeeds on inflation

[Bloomberg] Gundlach Says Market Hasn’t Seen Full Impact of Fed Moves

[Reuters] For short-sellers in U.S. stocks, the agony just piles on

[FT] Dollar’s rise casts shadow on US earnings

[Bloomberg] China to Investors: Don’t Forget That Stocks Can Lose Money Too

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] China cuts bank reserves again to fight slowdown

[Bloomberg] China Follows on Stimulus Pledge With Bank Reserve Ratio Cut

[Reuters] Greece wants EU/IMF deal but impasse could bring referendum: deputy PM

[Reuters] Another crunch week in Greek bailout saga

[UK Telegraph, Evans-Pritchard] Europe ready for Grexit contagion as Athens gets closer to Russian cash

[Reuters] Finns vote, likely to pick opposition to revive economy

[Washington Post] Yemen grinds to a halt for lack of gas

[Der Spiegel] The Terror Strategist: Secret Files Reveal the Structure of Islamic State

[NYT] Sale of U.S. Arms Fuels the Wars of Arab States

[NYT, Schauble] Wolfgang Schäuble on German Priorities and Eurozone Myths