Here’s some stuff to digest before markets open on Thursday morning, provided by high5finance.
- * E.U. to Take More Fiscal Control
- * Spain to Slash Wages to Cut Deficit, Unions Angry
- * Government Probe into Wall Street Sales Widening
* Big Majority Believes U.S. Still in Recession: Poll
* Euro Shares End Higher
* Pound Falls Despite U.K. Cost-Cutting Plans
* Euro-Zone GDP Points To a Fragile Recovery
* U.S. Stocks Gain as Europe Financial Crisis Eases
* Spain to Slash Wages to Cut Deficit, Unions Angry
* U.S. Investigates Morgan Stanley
* Seeking Alpha: Reading Into the Simultaneous Rise in Gold and the U.S. Dollar
* Zero Hedge: Must Read: Michael Lewis’ Latest Memo To Lloyd Blankfein
* The Huffington Post: We Beat the Fed
* China Financial Markets: Are you ready for the United States of Germany?
* BoomBustBlog: How the US Has Perfected the Use of Economic Imperialism Through the European Union!
* Can Both Stocks & Gold Rally At The Same Time?
* Euro Will Collapse Like Tower of Babel
* US Exposure to EU Bailout Is Big But Risk Is Limited
* Market Volatility to Continue Through 2010
* Greece and Gold: Is There a Correlation?
* Dow to Fall Near 4200-5000 by Mid-2011
* Now We Have a True Test of Leadership
* How 4 Big Banks Profited Each Trading Day in Quarter
* Britain Now Sleepwalking to Disaster
* The Next Financial Unraveling – with MIT Professor Simon Johnson
* A New Era for Funds of Hedge Funds: Sunrise or Sunset?
* Pimco’s El-Erian: Europe in uncharted waters
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