Thursday, June 18, 2015

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China’s Stocks Head for Worst Week Since 2008 Financial Crisis

[Bloomberg] Bank of Japan Maintains Record Stimulus as Inflation Challenges Kuroda

[Bloomberg] EU Calls Emergency Summit as Greece Runs Out of Time

[Bloomberg] Dijsselbloem Says Greece Moving in Direction of Euro Exit

[Bloomberg] Grexit Would Test Global System in Unknown Ways: NZ’s English

[Bloomberg] Yuan’s Peg-Like Stability Makes China Hottest Asian Carry Trade

[Bloomberg] This Year Is Headed for the Hottest on Record, by a Long Shot

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] China’s Stocks Sink, Heading for Biggest Weekly Loss Since 2009

[NYT] Greek Exit From Euro Appears Increasingly Likely

[Bloomberg] Greek Deal Won't Save the Country's Banks

[Bloomberg] Lagarde Affirms Greece’s June 30 Deadline to Make IMF Payments

[AP] The latest on Greece: German central banker gives warning

[Reuters] Exclusive: Greece has not asked Russian finance ministry for aid - deputy minister

[Reuters] Small U.S. frackers face extinction amid drilling drought

[Bloomberg] As the Rich Bounce Back, the Middle Class Stays Stagnant

[Bloomberg] China’s Churning Out Steel And the Rest of the World Isn’t Happy

[Time] Beijing Warns Hong Kong That Rejected Electoral Reform Plan Is Only Offer on Table

[Reuters] Three Ukrainian soldiers killed as fighting intensifies in east: Ukraine military

[Reuters] World's displaced hits record high of 60 mln, half of them children - UN