Wednesday Morning Kick Off

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

Top Stories:

* Trading Outlook: March 28 – April 2, 2010

* U.S. Stocks Rise as Economic Data

* Verizon report sends Apple shares to all-time high

* Commodities: Defining Moment

* Japanese Business Sentiment Approaches Pre-Crisis Levels

* Ireland Releases ‘Bad Bank’ Terms

* Greek CDSs Pricier than ‘Junk’ Rated Countries’

* Asian Stocks, Won Gain

* Nissan’s electric car will cost $25,000

Latest News:

* Wall Street gives back early gains

* Greek Debt Chief: E.U. Deal Talk Hurt More than Helped

* Chinese Users Report New Google Blocks

* Most European Stocks Fall on Iceland Downgrade; Michelin Drops

* U.K. GDP unexpectedly revised up

* Iceland’s Currency Credit Rating Lowered by S&P

Latest Blog Posts:

Econotwist’s Blog: Fitch Expects More European Sovereign Downgrades

MoonTalk: Sovereign Debt – Just Take The Punch?

StraightStocks.com: Faint Spells from Economic Indicators

Seeking Alpha: Germany’s Role in the European Debt Mess

Zero Hedge: 24 Hours Until The End Of MBS Purchases By The Fed; Then What?

The Huffington Post: The Trillion-Dollar Shadow

Dagens Ledelse: Biskoper på leit

Latest Analysis:

* The Need for a Financial Commission

* Is It Too Late to Get Back Into Stocks?

* The EU Is in Crisis Mode, Once Again

* Another Gamechanger from Apple?

* March Madness and Hedge Fund Survivorship Bias

*The True Causes Underlying The Moscow Metro Bombings

Recommended Reading:

* iPhone U.S. Monopoly May End

* Some Big Banks Showing Pension Shortfalls as Assets

* Serious Debt Problem Requires Serious Solution

* Obama Gets Aggressive

* CFTC Commissioners Gone Wild

* Stocks Soar, but Many Analysts Ask Why

* Greenpeace Unmasks Koch Industries’ Funding of Climate Denial Industry

Happy Trading !

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