Sunday, July 19, 2015

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Commodity Rout Extends Toward 13-Year Low as Gold Shunned on Fed

[Bloomberg] Brazil Real Leads Declines as Rousseff Faces Political Challenge

[Bloomberg] Precious Metals Routed as Gold Extends Decline to Five-Year Low

[FT] Gold ETFs suffer biggest outflow in two years

[AP] Greek Banks Reopen but Cash Limits Remain; Taxes Soar

[Reuters] Special Report: The man who cost Greece billions

[WSJ] Bidding Wars Return to Home Market

[Bloomberg] Shrinking China Trade Drags on Banks From Hong Kong to Singapore

[Bloomberg] China Stock Resumptions Dwindle as 20% of Shares Stay Halted

[WSJ] For Many Firms, China’s ‘New Normal’ Spells Doom

[Bloomberg] The $42 Billion Debt Trap That Putin Has Three Years to Escape

[Reuters] U.S. Admiral says his South China Sea surveillance flight 'routine'

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China's Been Hoarding Gold And It Isn't Likely to Stop

[Bloomberg] In Bailouts, China’s Bias for the Complex May Be Storing Up Risk

[Bloomberg] Greece’s Real Crisis Deadline Arrives With ECB Debt to Pay

[NYT] Merkel Calls for Swift Start of Greek Bailout Talks

[Bloomberg] Fuel Feud Pits Saudis’ Secretive Ghawar Against Sprawling Bakken

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Dump Crude Oil as Iran Deal Threatens Prolonged Glut

Sunday's News Links

[BBC] Greek debt crisis: Germany 'may consider' debt relief

[Bloomberg] Greek Banks to Open Monday as Tsipras Prepares for Another Vote

[Bloomberg] France’s Hollande Proposes Creation of Euro-Zone Government

[Reuters] In Greek crisis, one big unhappy EU family

[Reuters] German Economy Minister criticizes Schaeuble's proposal for temporary Grexit

[NYT] A Tightrope for Europe’s Central Bank Chief

[FT] China’s hunt for short-sellers tests legal boundaries

[Bloomberg] Brazil Lower House Leader Says He’s Not Trying to Create ‘Chaos’

[Reuters] Ukraine, rebels trade blame over shelling of central Donetsk