Links: 2014-06-30

I have 30 links today instead of the usual 20.

GM to Recall 7.6 Million More Vehicles in U.S. – WSJ

Turkey rejects Kurdish independence, wants Iraq unity government, officials say | Reuters

Russian stocks stage remarkable turnround –

Puerto Rico on CreditWatch Negative as Governor OKs Bill – Bloomberg

Euro-Zone Inflation Rate Stays at Lowest Level in Over Four Years – WSJ | Greek retail sales rise 7.3 pct y/y in April

U.S. Pending Home Sales Rise 6.1% in May – WSJ

Savers withdraw cash from Bulgarian bank amid ongoing fear of run | Business | The Guardian

Energy companies hit by cyber attack from Russia-linked group –

German retail sales fall 0.6% in May –

Goldman Sachs upgrades UK growth forecast – Telegraph

Where Are the Hardest Places to Live in the U.S.? –

Why the Aereo Shutdown Will Be a Disaster for Broadcast TV | Re/code

BIS Warns About Destabilizing Low Interest Rates | naked capitalism

Facebook offers explanation for controversial News Feed psychology experiment | The Verge

Coppola Comment: Of interest rates and deficits

Ikea hikes U.S. wages by 17 per cent | Toronto Star

VCs Don’t Think We’re In A Tech Bubble – Yet | TechCrunch

Britain closer to EU exit after Jean-Claude Juncker vote | World news | The Guardian

Financial Stability and Monetary Policy: Happy Marriage or Untenable Union? | The Big Picture

London house prices jump rise 18.5pc in two-speed Britain – Telegraph

EU leaders signal shift from austerity of euro crisis | Reuters

Inflation Hysteria – Tim Duy’s Fed Watch

EU throws down gauntlet to US over derivatives | Capital City | IFRe

Inflation in Japan rises to 30-year high – Telegraph

Q&A-What is Ukraine’s association agreement with the EU? | Reuters

BBC News – Amazon accused of ‘bullying’ smaller UK publishers

China fails to collect 65pc of corporate taxation, says IMF | South China Morning Post

Consumer Spending Rose Modestly in May – WSJ

U.S. Inflation Hits Highest Level for Year and a Half – WSJ

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