Monday, August 10, 2015

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Bond Payments Depend on Cash Levels, Official Says

[Reuters] Impeaching Rousseff would set Brazil on fire: Senate chief

[Bloomberg] KKR’s Samson Said Planning for Bankruptcy as Soon as Aug. 15

[FT] Fears of financial crisis rise as Russia’s economy shrinks

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Watch Out for a Deeper Credit Selloff as Commodity Pain Spreads

[Bloomberg] Russian GDP Plunges 4.6%

[Bloomberg] China’s Stocks Rise Most in Month Amid SOE Merger Speculation

[Bloomberg] For Norway, Oil at $50 Is Worse Than the Global Financial Crisis

[WSJ] Germany Cautions on Rushing Into Third Greek Bailout Deal

[Bloomberg] This Is What China's Version of Quantitative Easing Looks Like

[Bloomberg] UBS Wary as China Seeks Global Help to Clean Up Local Debt Mess

[Bloomberg] S&P 500 Flouts History in Break With Bonds That Often Ends Badly

[Bloomberg] Here are the S&P 500 Stocks With the Highest Exposure to China

[Bloomberg] Negative Yields on $1.5 Trillion of Euro Bonds Show Flat Economy

[WSJ] Oil Futures Signal Weak Prices Could Last Years

[CNBC] Oil collapse couldn't come at worse time for industry

[FT] Record $253bn in long-dated debt issued this year

[WSJ] Chinese Companies Pay Debt Premium

[Reuters] China hits back at U.S. criticism over South China Sea 'restrictions'

[Reuters] U.S. consulate in Turkey targeted as wave of attacks kills nine

[Bloomberg] Police Clash With Militants in Istanbul as Violence Flares

[Reuters] South Korea condemns North over land mine blast, threatens retaliation

[Reuters] Ukraine reports heaviest shelling by eastern rebels since February