Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says Volatility Here to Stay as Global Bond Rout Deepens

[The Guardian] Greek leader meets eurozone creditors – but as expected, no deal yet

[Bloomberg] China’s Hot IPO Market Lures $273 Billion to $2 Billion Offering

[Bloomberg] Brazil Boosts Rate for Sixth Time as Investors Doubt Tombini

[Reuters] Seeking compromise deal, Greece warns it might skip IMF payment

[Bloomberg] BofA Explains How the Bond Rout Could Turn Into a Bloodbath

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Sounds Bond Warning as Holdings Shift Sparks Concern

[Reuters] Ukraine forces, separatists fight first serious battles in months

[AFP] Fighting surges in Ukraine after Kiev says rebels launch assault

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Fall for Eighth Day; Qatar Stocks Drop on FIFA

[Reuters] Greece will not pay IMF on Friday without prospect of a deal: lawmaker

[Reuters] Greek PM Calls on Lenders to Show 'Realism', End Grexit Talk

[WSJ] Greece’s Creditors Draft Final Offer for Bailout Aid in Bid to Break Stalemate

[Bloomberg] Companies' Borrowing Spree Darkens Stock Market Future

[Bloomberg] Euro Bond Rout Wipes Out 2015 Profit as Inflation Returns

[Reuters] Investors piling into volatility funds bet on more anxiety ahead

[Reuters] German finance minister accuses Greece's ruling party of misleading voters

[Bloomberg View, Bershidsky] Does Greece Have a Diabolical Plan B?

[Bloomberg] OECD Cuts Global Growth Outlook as Investment Lags, Greece Looms

[Reuters] China May services PMI rises to 53.5, new business up most since 2012

[Bloomberg View] China After the Bubble

[WSJ] Shares Too Pricey? Bernanke Doesn’t Think So

[Bloomberg] Jamie Dimon Becomes Billionaire Ushering in Era of the Megabank

[Bloomberg] Turkey Annual Inflation Climbs to Highest Level This Year

[CNN] Venezuela's currency isn't worth a penny

[Reuters] Philippine's Aquino revives comparison between China and Nazi Germany

[Bloomberg] Two Civilians Dead as Ukraine Sees ‘Significantly’ More Shelling

[Washington Post] How Saudi Arabia’s 79-year-old King Salman is shaking up the Middle East

[Der Spiegel] Paid as a Pro-Kremlin Troll: 'The Hatred Spills over into the Real World'

[AP] California's Largest Lake Threatened by Urban Water Transfer