Monday, May 4, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[FT] IMF takes hard line on aid as Greek surplus turns to deficit

[Bloomberg] Greek Talks Drag on as New EU Data Set to Underscore Crisis

[Bloomberg] Bill Gross: The Bull Market 'Super-Cycle' Is Nearing Its End

[Reuters] Fed loan officer survey cites expected credit trouble in energy sector

[Bloomberg] EU Regulators Weigh Clampdown on Web Companies’ Market Power

[Reuters] Iraqi forces plead for help as Islamic State closes in on refinery

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] German data leads Europe shares higher, dollar steadies

[Bloomberg] Yuan Declines as PBOC Weakens Fixing, Manufacturing Gauge Slips

[Bloomberg] Draghi Starting Euro Bond Buying Turns Out Not to Be One-Way Bet

[WSJ] U.S. Firms Shoulder Rising Debt

[Bloomberg] Takeover Fuel Starting to Flow as S&P 500 Bull Run Makes History

[Bloomberg] Europe’s Manufacturers Lift Prices in Sign Deflation Scare Over

[UK Telegraph] 'Warning lights' flash over Greece and France as manufacturing stumbles

[Reuters] China April HSBC PMI shows biggest drop in factory activity in a year

[Bloomberg] China Rate Swaps Drop to Lowest Since July 2012 on Stimulus Bets

[Bloomberg] Brazil Minister Supports Regulatory Relief for Petrobras

[Reuters] Win or lose, Cameron's political career hangs by a thread

[AFP] Ukrainian soldier and civilian killed in intensifying clashes

[LA Times] Mysterious new force emerges in Yemen to fight rebels

[Bloomberg] Violence Adding to Credit Risk Amid South Africa’s Power Crisis

[Bloomberg] Radioactive and Short on Cash