Sunday, July 5, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Greece Extends Bank Holiday, Capital Controls Through Wednesday

[Bloomberg] Gross: Markets in ‘Eye of the Hurricane’ After Greece Vote

[Bloomberg] Good Luck Finding a Place to Hide as Global Markets Crumble

[FIDB, Johnston] A Visual Guide to Puerto Rico’s Debt Crisis

[Bloomberg] Europe Stocks Fall Without Panic as Investors Weigh Greek Vote

[Bloomberg] Greek Bonds Drop to Records After Voters Reject Creditor Demands

[Reuters] Oil falls more than 3 percent after Greek 'No'

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Erase 2015 Gain as Greece Risk Weighs on Forint

[Bloomberg] Greece ‘48 Hours Away From Unrest’

[Bloomberg] Greek Showdown Looms With Europe Raising Heat on Tsipras

[Reuters] German line hardens after Greek referendum 'No'

[AP] The Latest: Tsipras calls Putin in wake of referendum result

[Bloomberg] Greek ‘No’ Meets Month of Hedge Fund Caution as Shorts Jump

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Pare Gains After Rallying Most Since 2008

[FT] China sell-off threatens party credibility

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Stocks Enter Correction on China, Greece Double Hit

[NYT] Chinese Share Sell-off Spills Over to Hong Kong

[Bloomberg] How Do You Say ’Whatever it Takes’ in Mandarin?

[Bloomberg] Best and Worst of Varoufakis in Six Months of Memorable Moments

[Reuters] China joins Greece, Puerto Rico on investors' watchlists

[Reuters] Oil prices tumble after Greece vote, China stock market turmoil

[Reuters] German calls for Grexit mount as EU stunned by 'No' vote

[Reuters] Japan in Close Contact With Other Govts on Greece, Ready to Respond-Official

[Bloomberg] China’s Stock Plunge Leaves Market More Leveraged Than Ever

[Bloomberg, Pesek] China Steers Toward a Subprime Economy

[NYT] Eurozone Central Bank Now Controls Destiny of Greece’s Battered Banks

[CNBC] Europe on a 'collision' course

[NYT] China’s Market Rout Is a Double Threat

[Reuters] Zeroing in on empty homes, China throws developers a lifeline

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Greece ‘No’ Vote Hits Euro to U.S. Futures Amid Flight to Safety

[Bloomberg] Treasury Futures Surge With Aussie Bonds After Greece ‘No’ Vote

[Bloomberg] ECB Wary of Rushed Judgment on Greece Before Politicians React

[Bloomberg, El-Erian] 10 Consequences of Greece's 'No'

[Bloomberg] Euro Drops as Greece Votes ‘No’ in Referendum; Aussie at ’09 Low

[Bloomberg] Merkel, Hollande Call for Summit of Euro Area Leaders on Greece

[Bloomberg] German Bonds Poised for Rally as Greek Vote Boosts Haven Appeal

[FT] Greece’s eurozone future in doubt after decisive No victory

[FT] Greece heads for decisive No vote

[FT] Greece votes No — now what?

[WSJ] Greeks Set to Reject Creditors’ Bailout Terms, Projections Show

[NYT] Greeks Reject Bailout Terms in Rebuff to European Leaders

[UK Guardian] Greece's vote edges it towards euro exit, but the odyssey is far from over

[BBC] Greece debt crisis: Greek voters reject bailout offer

[Reuters] Greeks defy Europe with overwhelming referendum 'No'

[Reuters] Quartet of crises threatens Europe's core

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Greece’s Divided Voters Decide on Future Path

[Bloomberg] China Intensifies Steps to End $3.2 Trillion Stock Rout

[AP/NYT] The Latest: No Matter the Result, Greece's Way Ahead Unclear

[NYT] Day of Reckoning for Greek Banks and Eurozone’s Central Banker

[Bloomberg] Trillion-Dollar Stock Managers See Days of Chaos on Greek ‘No’

[Washington Post] As Greece votes, here’s everything you need to know about the nation’s crisis

[FT] China injects liquidity in attempt to reassure markets