Monday, June 8, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Merkel-Schaeuble Differences Over Greece Approach Said to Widen

[Bloomberg] EU Frustration Mounts as Greece Lashes Out at Creditor Demands

[Reuters] Minneapolis Fed seeks 'thought leader' as dovish chief exits

[Reuters] Greece talks of compromise as Merkel warns time is short

[Reuters] Russia orders quicker build-up of military facilities in Kurile Islands

[UK Guardian] Obama lambasts Putin: you're wrecking Russia to recreate Soviet empire

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Emerging Stocks Head for Longest Slump Since 1990; Lira Slides

[Bloomberg] Bunds Rout Extends on Recovery Signs as Investors Wait on Greece

[WSJ] Turkish Lira and Assets Sink on Political Uncertainty After Election Result

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Decline as Germany’s DAX Index Enters Correction

[Bloomberg] Dollar Drops as French Official Comments on Obama View of Dollar

[Bloomberg] Ringgit Slumps to Nine-Year Low as Funds Exit on Fed Rate Bets

[CNBC] Greece: Leaders lash out as tempers fray

[AFP] Greece's Varoufakis to meet German finance minister Monday

[Bloomberg] Bond-Market Game of Chicken With Fed Is Riskier Than Ever

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks on Wrong Side of History With Rate Rise in Sight

[WSJ] New Housing Headwind Looms as Fewer Renters Can Afford to Own

[FT] Hedge funds remain a popular choice for institutional investors

[Dow Jones] China Exports Slide, Imports Tumble

[Reuters] Slide in China's May imports signal need for more stimulus

[Bloomberg] These Are Some of the Scenarios After Turkey’s Inconclusive Vote

[UK Guardian] Turkey may face fresh poll as Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan is snubbed by voters

[Reuters] Ukraine military blames rebel bomb for patrol boat explosion

[MarketWatch] Opinion: China’s central bank feels the heat from falling Japanese yen