Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Greece’s Main Deadline Is End of June, EU Official Says

[Reuters] Greece's Tsipras to meet Merkel in Brussels as cash squeeze tightens

[Reuters] ECB emergency funds to Greece directly tied to health of its banks -Dombret

[NYT] E.C.B. Tightens Flow of Money to Greek Banks

[Bloomberg] Brazil Makes Latin America Fallen Angels Hub, Moody’s Says

[Bloomberg] Investors Just Got a Billion-Dollar Lesson in China's 'Mystery Meat'

[BBC] What's the Yemen conflict really about?

[Reuters] Saudi-led coalition will continue to target Houthis in Yemen: spokesman

[USAT] Pentagon tracking Iranian convoy off coast of Yemen

[Bloomberg] Short-Selling Herds Finding April Is the Cruelest Month Since 2009

[NYT] China’s Economy Puts New Pressure on a Changing Job Market

Tuesday's News Links

[CNBC] Greece facing 'Lehman moment' as debt costs soar

[Bloomberg] ECB Is Studying Curbs on Greek Bank Support

[Bloomberg] Greek Officials Said to See Decree Giving Time for April Deal

[Reuters] China stocks post strong gains despite warning against "irrational exuberance"

[Bloomberg] Russia Central Bank Curbs Spur Ruble’s Worst Stretch This Year

[Bloomberg] U.S. Pushing for Greek Solution in ‘Interest of Entire World’

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Debt Levels Surge to Record, Led by Greece

[Bloomberg] Central Banks Should Resist Peer Pressure to Ease, Says Trichet

[Bloomberg Video] Germany's Schaeuble on Greek Crisis, Ukraine, Euro Zone

[Bloomberg] China Sees First Bond Default by State Firm With Tianwei

[Bloomberg] Greece Makes It Expensive to Hedge European Stocks

[Bloomberg] The Fed Still Wants Easy Money

[Bloomberg] NYC Apartments, Art Top Gold as Stores of Wealth, Says Fink

[NYT] A Veteran of the Financial Crisis Tells China to Be Wary

[Bloomberg] How the Petrobras Scandal Buried Brazil's Dream for Offshore Oil

[Bloomberg] The Other U.K. Deficit Is Starting to Concern Economists

[Bloomberg] Russia Pushing Greece Gas-Pipeline Accord Amid EU Standoff