Friday Morning Kickoff

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

Top Stories:

* Trading Week Outlook: May 16 – 21, 2010

* Has The Double-Dip Arrived?

* U.S. Stocks Decline as Jobless Claims Increase

* New Claims Shoot Higher

* Leading Indicators Decline in Sign U.S. Recovery May Cool

* Merkel Pushes G-20 for Finance Reform

* Euro-Zone Consumer Confidence Falls

* Sarkozy Wants Legal Deficit Limits

* Greek Central Bank Accused Of Encouraging Naked Short Selling Of Its Own Bonds

* Masterpieces Stolen From Paris Museum

* Turmoil in Thailand: Scenes from the Crisis

Latest Blog Posts:

* The Swapper: Fitch: Credit Markets Still Deteriorating

* Seeking Alpha: Don’t Be Surprised if We See a 31% Correction

* Zero Hedge: Libor Dispersion Surges, As Banks Flash Red Liquidity Warning Lights

* Will The New Green Economy Kill The American Dream For Millions Of People?

* The Huffington Post: Derivatives, A Horror Story

* Wall St. Cheat Sheet: Is Goverment Economic Data Complete Garbage?

* The EUobserver:Euro-politicians out of control

* China Financial Markets: Don’t misread the trade implications of the euro crisis for China

Latest Analysis:

* Investors Should Avoid Banks ‘At All Costs’: Meredith Whitney

* Gold Headed to $1,500


* The Euro Party’s Over. What Now?

* The VIX Term Structure and What It Says About Future Volatility

* How to Uncover Hidden Dividend Gems

* These Blue Chips Are ‘’Best Place’’ for Investors



Recommended Reading:

* Now We Have a True Test of Leadership

* MEPs award themselves €1,500 more in staff expenses

* A Financial War With Two Fronts … And One Wrong General

* Premature Austerity

* Blame Is Still a Matter of Speculation

* Why We Lie So Well

* Report Underscores Immediate Need for Civil Rights Intervention

* The Euro and German Hyper-Inflationist Paranoia

* Can We Grow Our Way Out of Debt?

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