Monday, July 6, 2015

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Greece faces last chance to stay in euro as cash runs out

[Bloomberg] Stocks Tumble Around World as Commodities Sink; Treasuries Gain

[FT] Greece lacks new proposals for eurogroup

[WSJ] Greek Crisis Shows How Germany’s Power Polarizes Europe

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Drop to Six-Month Low as China Extends Bear Rout

[Bloomberg] Iron Tumbles Below $50 as Bear Market Deepens on Supply Outlook

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Loses Bid for Restructuring Law as Crisis Mounts

[Bloomberg] Cracks in Junk-Bond Market Form as BofA Sees Outlook Darkening

[Bloomberg] Schaeuble Says Pressure Is on Greece to Propose Crisis Fix

[Reuters] German 'Grexit' Calls Raise Pressure on Merkel

[Bloomberg] Greek Banks Seen Days From Breakdown as Bailout Talks Resume

[Bloomberg] U.S. Trade Gap Grew in May as Exports Fell Most in Three Months

[NYT] For Start-Ups, How Many Angels Is Too Many?

[NYT] Chinese Investors Who Borrowed Are Hit Hard by Market Turn

[Bloomberg] Chinese Investors Losing Heart After Stocks Rout, Survey Finds

[Bloomberg] Chinese Trading Suspensions Freeze $1.4 Trillion of Shares Amid Rout

[Bloomberg] Charting the Rise and Fall of China's Equity Market

[Reuters] China stocks tumble again despite support measures

[Bloomberg] As China Intervenes to Prop Up Stocks, Foreigners Head for Exits

[NYT] Rift Emerges as Europe Gears Up for New Talks on Greece Bailout

[Washington Post] Greek defiance cheered by Europe’s far right and far left

[Miami Herald] Economic hardships in Puerto Rico spur a mass exodus to the U.S. mainland

[Economic Times] Dread and domination in Chinese memories of war against Japan 

[AP] Nuke Deal Remains Elusive After Deadline, But Talks Continue

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Greece Given Hours to Save Place in Euro

[Reuters] Germany, France press Greece to make fast, credible proposals

[Reuters] Energy leads Wall St. lower with eyes on Greece, China

[Reuters] Oil crashes 8 percent as Greek vote, Iran talks set off exodus

[Bloomberg] Here's the $17 Trillion Reason Why the BRICS Summit This Week Is a Big Deal