Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Greek Default Nerves Risk Eclipsing Germany’s Dresden G-7 Agenda

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall as Better Data, Fed Remarks Boost Rate Bets

[Reuters] Four Fed banks renewed call for discount rate hike: minutes

[Bloomberg] These Nine Charts Show the Shenzhen Stock Market Is Like No Other Market in the World

[Reuters] Libyan PM says survives assassination attempt after leaving parliament session

[NYT] China, Updating Military Strategy, Puts Focus on Projecting Naval Power

[AFP] Obama says Russia adopting 'increasingly aggressive posture'

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Venezuela's Currency Just Collapsed 30% on the Black Market

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Surge Most Since 2008 for World’s Biggest Rally

[Bloomberg] German Bonds Jump as Multiplying Political Risks Spur Safety Bid

[Bloomberg] Dollar Jumps on Fed Rate Outlook as Italian, Spanish Bonds Fall

[Reuters] Varoufakis says Greece committed to reforms, rules out more austerity

[Bloomberg] China’s Bailout Window May Shut in Three Months, OCBC Says

[Bloomberg] California Dreaming: Record $500 Million Tag on L.A. Home

[NYT] Pensions and Politics Fuel Crisis in Illinois

[CNN] China gets a new billionaire every week

[Reuters] China to extend military reach, build lighthouses in disputed waters

[Bloomberg] China Unveils Plans for Greater Naval Role Beyond Its Coasts

[Reuters] Erdogan's ambition heralds turbulence after Turks vote

[Bloomberg] El Nino Data Mimic Record 1997-98 Event as IMF Warns on Food