Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Fed Says Labor Market Improves as It Moves Toward Rate Rise

[Bloomberg] Fed Decision Day Guide: September Signals, Lacker Dissent, Jobs

[Reuters] Fed expected to push ahead with rate hike plan

[Bloomberg] Commodity Declines Dominate Currency Markets Becalmed Before Fed

[Bloomberg] China’s Currency Policy Sinks Into Disarray Amid Rout in Stocks

[FT] China protests over Fanya liquidity freeze could spread to banks

[Bloomberg] Tsipras Says Greece Won ‘Crucial’ Commitment for Debt Relief

[Bloomberg] Russia Ends Foreign Currency Purchases in Boost for Easing

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Fluctuate Amid Signs of Exodus of Small Investors

[Reuters] Denials fly in war of nerves over Greek debt talks

[Bloomberg] Alarm Bell Rings in Tokyo at Rapid Rise in German Exports to China

[Bloomberg] Russian Banks Turn to Hong Kong for Cash

[Bloomberg] Trouble in Steel Town as Pittsburgh to Asia Face Global Glut

[FT] Liquidity freeze at China metals exchange highlights fragility in financial sector

[FT] Emerging currencies hit 15-year lows

[NYT, Irwin] How Germany Prevailed in the Greek Bailout

[Reuters] Russians hackers used Twitter, photos to reach U.S. computers: report

[Bloomberg] China-Tied Hackers That Hit U.S. Said to Breach United Airlines

[Reuters] Turkey launches heaviest air strikes yet on PKK, stoking Kurdish ire

[Reuters] Special Report: Ukraine struggles to control maverick battalions

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Lew Warns That Puerto Rico Crisis Could Get Costly for U.S.

[FT] S&P warns Brazil credit rating at risk

[FT] Emerging currencies feel pain of global stress

[Bloomberg] Fed Decision Day Guide: September Signals, Lacker Dissent, Jobs

[Bloomberg] Chinese Developer Bonds Face New Risk as Buybacks Boost Leverage

[Bloomberg] China’s Richest Regions Saw Boost From Stocks Boom Last Quarter

[NYT] Brazil Arrests Nuclear Chief in Widening of Graft Case