Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Economic News , Data & Views - Early Tuesday Morning Report ( August 18 , 2015 ) - Focus This Morning On Greece , China & Emerging Markets Items Of Note !


Greece.....









Full Privatization List Submitted to the Dutch Parliament. Contains elements denied by the Greek Government








Greece sells airports to Germans as Bundestag prepares for day of reckoning







BREAKING: Spanish parliament approves new Greece bailout












Sueddeutsche piece saying a German Fin Ministry proposal on Greece showed a need for €92bn in credit (ie above €86B)




















German FinMin: We never wanted Greece out of the euro








government publishes decree of regional airports sale to 's Fraport AG





EU’s Greek bank review to determine size of third package








Rutte to face Dutch criticism over broken Greek aid promise











No surprise: Dutch PM Rutte's VVD party to accept Greek bailout, wants to avoid an isolated NL Rutte breaks promise






Nearly 21,000 migrants hit Greek shores last week: UN









Tsipras said to be mulling reduced Parl sessions, to legislate reforms w/out Syriza rebels instead of confidence vote







China & Emerging Market Items.....








rout continues: Shanghai Composite closes 6.2% lower at 3748.16, Shenzhen Comp drops 6.6% to 2174.42; ChiNext falls 6.1% to 2504.17.









BREAKING: Chinese stock market sinking now 3.5% after some Chinese brokerage announced to restart margin finance and short-selling business






Xinhua says China blast warehouse did not have proper license









An injection by the via OMO’s and a slowdown in the decline in Chinese property prices saw a pause for calls for further easing






EM crisis gathering pace. Investors realising growth is falling off a cliff.








UBS on Thailand "Growth is extremely weak, undershooting expectation by a wide margin, and there is no real sign of improvement."





Moody’s Cuts India's 2015 GDP Growth Forecast To 7% Amid Below-Normal Monsoon
















Thai baht at six-year low, tourism shares fall after








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