Tuesday Morning Kick Off

Here’s the Tuesday’s essential readings, provided by high5finance:

Top Stories:

* Trading Outlook: March 28 – April 2, 2010

* Here Is Why Companies Are Hoarding Cash

* Stocks, Commodities Gain as Yen, Dollar Fall

* Subprime-Mortgage Debt Rallies

* Setting Rules for Capital and Liquidity

* 3 investing moves you must make

* Half of Commercial Mortgages to Be Underwater

* The most valuable companies in America

* Oil gets boost from economic data, Moscow bombing

* 3 ETFs to Watch This Week

Latest News:

* Geithner: Commercial real estate loans problematic

* Greece Offers Five Times Spain Yield Spread in Bond Sale

* Treasury hires M Stanley bankers to offload Citi stake

* Rio Tinto-boss Sentenced to 10 yrs in Prison

* Citigroup Expands Its Hedge Fund Business

* Major banks face refinancing challenge

Latest Blog Posts:

Econotwist’s Blog: Goldman Sachs: “Damn American Bastards!”

MoonTalk: Sovereign Debt – Just Take The Punch?

StraightStocks.com: Ballad of a Heartbreaking Money Supply

Seeking Alpha: What’s Active Management, And What’s Not?

Zero Hedge: SEC Sending Letters To 24 Large Financial Firms Demanding Repo Agreement Disclosure

The Huffington Post: Next, Banking Reform

Dagens Ledelse: Biskoper på leit

Latest Analysis:

Google vs. China: It’s Not Over Yet

* Turkey Knocks: Will EU Let It Enter?

* Betting on NatGas Rebound? Be Careful

* Pessimism Is Priced In – Bet the Other Way

* Fund Managers’ Hot Performance Isn’t So Hot

*Germany Cools to EU Unity, Turning Inward

Recommended Reading:

* Tea and Mockery

* German Victory in Brussels Blows Away EU Illusions

* Are Spain and Italy next in line?

* Day Traders 2.0: Wired, Angry and Loving It

* Bank-Tax Concept Gains Momentum

* Stocks Soar, but Many Analysts Ask Why

* The Jobs Puzzle Bernanke Can’t Solve

* Welcome to Europe

Happy Trading !

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