Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Tuesday Evening Link

[Bloomberg] Greek Stalemate Leaves Tsipras Facing Final Offer From Creditors

[Bloomberg] The Secret Money Behind Vladimir Putin's War Machine

[Bloomberg] Greece's creditors draft deal to unlock aid, Athens resists

[Bloomberg] Fed's Brainard: global troubles weighing on U.S., may delay rate hike

[Bloomberg] These New Petrobras Bonds Tell You a Lot About the State of Markets

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs to Companies: Stop Buying Back Your Stock

[AFP] Bernanke blames Congress as China flexes economic muscles

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging Market Stocks Drop for Seventh Day; Ruble Strengthens

[Bloomberg] European Leaders Deciding On Greece's Fate Agree That Talks Must Intensify

[Reuters] Greek PM says sent comprehensive proposal to lenders on Monday

[Bloomberg] Greek Standoff Takes Another Twist as Dueling Plans Are Drafted

[Dow Jones] Greek Insolvency Could Be 'Gigantic'

[Bloomberg] Spanish Bond Declines Push 10-Year Yield to Most Since November

[WSJ] Glut of Chinese Goods Pinches Global Economy

[Bloomberg] China Debt Markets Show Stress Amid Duck Supplier's Default

[Bloomberg] Troubled Hanergy’s Debt Web Snags State Banks to Shadow Lenders

[Bloomberg] Chinese ETF Buyers Whipsawed Amid Widest Price Swings Since 2010

[USAT] New-car loans keep getting longer

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico’s $72 Billion Distress Mess Reunites Lehman-Era Foes

[Bloomberg] Even Goldilocks Won’t Keep Bears From Turkey: Election Scenarios

[VOA] MERS Outbreak Spreads in South Korea

[BBC] Islamic State advance failure of world - Iraqi PM