Prosecutors Announce More Charges in JPMorgan Cyberattack – NY Times Federal prosecutors in Manhattan on Tuesday announced additional criminal charges against three men accused of being part of a huge cyberattack against JPMorgan Chase, as well as other banks, brokers and financial information publishing companies.
Euro Slides to Six-Month Low Against Dollar – Wall Street Journal (subscription) Investors prepare for policy easing in eurozone, higher U.S. rates.
Negative Interest Rates the New Normal Next Time Economies Slump – Bloomberg The report from once-uncharted monetary territory: there’s little to be scared of.
Greek Debt Deal Would Encourage Mass Write-Off Calls in Spain, Claims Finance Minister – Daily Telegraph Euclid Tsakalotos claims lenders have delayed debt relief talks for fear of emboldening anti-austerity movements in the Mediterranean.
Portugal on Collision Course With EU as Centre-Right Government Falls After 11 Days – Daily Telegraph Leftist anti-austerity forces wait in the wings after bringing down shortest government in Portugal’s history.