Early Bird Headlines 09 March 2015
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- Barclays and Deutsche traders face Euribor questioning (Financial Times) FT says investigations could go on for years.
- Creditors Reject Greece’s Reform Proposals (Bloomberg Business) Hat tip to Matt Stoller. “It seems their money box is almost empty.” – Eurogroup finance chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem of the Netherlands.
- Austerity Is Not Greece’s Problem (Project Syndicate)
- Greece goes back into depression – having never left it (billy blog)
- Istanbul gives Turkey’s budget a boost (Hurriyet Daily News) Istanbul provides almost half of Turkey’s tax revenues; 80 % comes from Istanbul, Ankara, Ismir and Kocaeli.
- ISIS commander treated in Turkish hospital ‘like all other citizens’ (RT)
- Saudis trying to woo Turkey into joining anti-Iran axis (Haaretz)
- Turkish-US ties constantly sinking, says top academic (Hurriyet Daily News)
- The Ayatollah? Look, he’s not sick, Iran says (CBS News) Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made a public appearance Sunday amid rumors about his health.
- Can China hatch a middle income escape plan? (China Spectator) China’s “old development model is vecoming increasingly unworkable“.
- The Coming Chinese Crackup (The Wall Street Journal)
- United Daily News: Jack Ma triggers cross-strait battle for talent (Focus Taiwan) Alibaba offers start-up deals to Taiwanese young people who are finding themselves trapped in a social and economic atmosphere dominated by low wages and high unemployment.
- N. Korean Diplomat Caught Smuggling $1.7 Mil in Gold (Armstrong Economics) This blog post has no link to a source of the information.
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