Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Thursday's News Links

[FT] Germany’s Wolfgang Schäuble puts Grexit back on the agenda

[Bloomberg] There’ve Been Some Big Moves in Currencies This Week

[Bloomberg] EU Said to Agree On Balance to 7 Billion-Euro Greece Loan

[WSJ] Eurozone Finance Ministers Agree in Principle to Bailout for Greece After Country Passes New Measures

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says Greece’s Place in Euro Not Doubted as Funding Raised

[Reuters] ECB to delay Greek funding boost as Europe mulls bridge loan

[Bloomberg] Five Questions for Mario Draghi (and Four of Them Are on Greece)

[WSJ] Investors Get Caught in Oil’s Slippery Wake

[Bloomberg] $40 Billion Worth of AAA Student Loans Are at Risk of Becoming Junk

[Bloomberg] Tsipras Must Rebuild Government After Wave of Bailout Defections

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Says It Failed to Send Cash Needed for Bond Payments

[Bloomberg] Billionaire Paul Singer: China Crash Is 'Way Bigger Than Subprime'

[Bloomberg] Leadership in China Confronts Tougher Tasks Than in Boom

[Reuters] Beijing's Battle With Bears Moves Into Futures

[Bloomberg] China Says Japan Defense Bills Upset Regional Security Balance

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Greek Bailout Approved in Athens as ECB Weighs Emergency Funding

[Dow Jones] IMF Chief: Greek Bailout Talks a 'Colossal' Challenge Going Forward

[Bloomberg] Greek Lawmakers Weigh Bailout Country's Leaders Despise

[Reuters] Protesters clash with police before Greek parliament votes on bailout

[NYT] I.M.F. Report Shines Uncomfortable Light on Greece’s Financing Gap

[Bloomberg] China's Debt-to-GDP Ratio Just Climbed to a Record High

[Bloomberg] If You're Feeling Bullish on China, Consult Dr. Copper

[NYT] Yellen Warns Congress Against Adding to Fed’s Oversight