Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Tuesday Evening Links

[Dow Jones] BOND REPORT: Treasurys Finish Flat After Whipsaw Session

[Reuters] Greek PM says time for action from lenders, IMF payment scrapes by

[NYT] Facing Vicious Debt Cycle, Greece Sprints to Apply Fixes

[Bloomberg] Chicago Rating Cut to Junk by Moody’s on Pension Struggle

[Bloomberg] U.S. to Seek Guilty Pleas From Parent Companies of Banks

[Bloomberg] Oil, Politics Pave Path Toward $9 Billion Default in Puerto Rico

[Bloomberg] Top-Ranked Bond Manager Itching for New Breed of Risky Mortgages

[Reuters] Pentagon mulls sending planes, ships near disputed South China Sea islands

[WSJ] U.S. Military Proposes Challenge to China Sea Claims

[FT] Ukraine debt talks reach boiling point

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bond Volatility Surges Most Since October’s Treasury Flash Crash

[Bloomberg] Euro Debt Rout Deepens as Commerzbank Says Don’t Be a Hero Yet

[Bloomberg] Bonds Decline From U.S. to Japan, Extending Global Debt Rout

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Slide Amid Greek Aid Talks as Bonds Deepen Rout

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Retreat With Currencies Amid Greece Concern

[Reuters] No respite in sell-off of low-risk bonds

[Reuters] Greece Tapped Reserves at IMF to Make Debt Repayment-Government Officials

[International Business Times] Russia Invites Greece To Join BRICS Bank As Greek Financial Crisis Deepens: Report

[AFP] Greece avoids default with IMF payment but warns of imminent crisis

[Bloomberg, El-Erian] Greece Inches Closer to an Accident

[WSJ, Sharma] The Federal Reserve Asset Bubble Machine

[WSJ] Trouble May Trickle Down From Companies’ Top Lines

[Bloomberg] Fed’s Dudley Says Interest Rate Increases Will Mark Regime Shift

[WSJ] In Asia, Debt Market Gets Tougher

[Bloomberg] Levy Faces Biggest Test With Time Running Out in Brazil Congress

[Bloomberg] Turkey’s Wider-Than-Expected Current Account Gap Threatens Lira

[LA Times] First Russia-China naval war games underway in Mediterranean

[Reuters] China slams 'futile' Philippine occupation of disputed island

[Bloomberg] El Nino Returns as Australia Declares First Event Since ’10