Friday Morning Kickoff

Here’s some essential reading before markets open on Friday morning , provided by high5finance:

Top Stories:

* Trading Outlook: April 11 – 16, 2010

* Stocks in U.S. Advance on Earnings

* Group Calls for Greece to Stop Using Euro

* Athens Seeks Aid Talks With IMF, EU

* Confusion Reigns in Europe

* Iceland’s volcanic ash halts flights across Europe

* China’s robust growth fuels debate over policy

* U.S. investigates HP execs for bribery

* Japanese, Australian Stocks Drop in New York

* Senate panel says regulators ignored risks at WaMu

Latest News:

* Rise in jobless claims underscores wobbly recovery

* South Korea Says Economic Uncertainties Remain High

* Interest of Scandinavian investors in Estonia highest in years

* Economic Optimism Index Rises in April

* PC Market Rebounds in Quarter

* Senate extends jobless benefits

* US wants ‘realistic’ talks on EU bank data transfers

Latest Blog Posts:

Econotwist’s Blog: Euro-Tech’s: What’s Up? Or Down?

StraightStocks.com: Carnival in London

Seeking Alpha: Which Trend is Your Friend?

Zero Hedge: George Soros Warns Of Biggest Market Crash To Come

The Huffington Post: Another Reason Most Day Traders Are Deluding Themselves

Wall St. Cheat Sheet: 10 Interesting Things We Learned From Barack Obama’s Tax Return

The EUobserver: A Van Barroso?

* The Collector: Walking On A Tail Event Producer

Latest Analysis:

* Ignore the Technical Market at Your Peril

* Risk of 30-40% Drop in Stocks

* ‘Warning Signs’ That Market Is Tiring

* Capital: Europe Is Failing to Keep Up

* Why US Investors Don’t Need to Fear Higher Rates

* Rotten to the Core

* Google: The Market Is Unimpressed

Recommended Reading:

* Cutting the Deficit: Easy Math, Dicey Politics

* Are Toxic Assets Out of The Banking System?

* Currency Manipulation

* Wall Street reform: Washington’s next battle

* The Financial Crisis: Bailouts, Failures and Death Panels

* Building a Future With Sturdy BRICs

* Is a Bailout Enough?

* German Professors Take on the IMF and the EU

* China Faces `Close Call’ on Interest-Rate Rise


Video Reports:

* Medvedev About Obama’s Men: “I Don’t Want To Offend Anyone”

* Fears Uncontrolled Crisis In Europe

* Weekend Tea Party Rally In The U.S.

* U.S. Debt: Not Much Better Than Greek

* FED With A Fake Mustache

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