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Saturday, June 9

9th Jun - Weekly Support

Here are the week in review and next week previewed-links. As usual, I will update this during the weekend. Weekender-posts coming, stay tuned, don’t go away, be nice to the elderly.

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Weekly ScoreboardBetween The Hedges
table of weekly changes

Summary for Week Ending June 8thCalculated Risk
Most of the news last week was about either Europe or the Fed, especially comments from Fed Chairman Bernanke. The Fed debate is on the possibility and timing of "QE3". The next FOMC meeting is on June 19th and 20th, just after the election in Greece.

Week in ReviewDealBook / NYT
Institutional investors joined in on proxy fights, JPMorgan’s front-line regulator faced a fiery round of questioning, Nasdaq’s plan to settle Facebook claims met investor anger and the turf war between MF Global trustees grew increasingly tense.

The Weekenderbeyondbrics / FT

Succinct summation of week’s eventsThe Big Picture

Weekly Eurozone WatchGlobal Macro Monitor
bank stocks, bond spreads and yields.

MarketBeat, in Podcast FormMarketBeat / WSJ
Steven Russolillo, Paul Vigna, and Stephen Grocer sat down to talk about Obama’s speech, the big Spanish bailout that’s in the works, and whether there should even be bailouts in the first place.

Politics this weekThe Economist

Business this weekThe Economist

Schedule for Week of June 10thCalculated Risk

Global Week Ahead: U.S. Elections, Europe CrisisBB (mp3)

Next Week’s Tape: Waiting, Hoping, Praying for a Spanish DealMarketBeat / WSJ

S&P 500 Earnings Week AheadReuters

Weighing the Week AheadA Dash of Insight
Leadership is what most market commentators want when they complain about "politicians."  They want leaders of democracies to ignore the demands of constituents and do what is right.

Wall St Week Ahead: Rally's stamina hangs on EuropeReuters
Investors celebrated U.S. stocks' best week in 2012 on Friday, but a cloud hangs over Wall Street, and it's what may happen in debt-plagued Europe this weekend.

Weekly PreviewBNY Mellon
In a week in which the Spanish government appeared to raise the ante in its stand off with its EU partners, there was a derived sense, in some quarters at least, that Spain’s gamble might just work.

Weekly Credit UpdateDanske Bank (pdf)
Fragile positive sentiment this week - Bail-in directive released by the EU Commission

Weekly FocusDanske Bank (pdf)
Policy response from China but ECB disappoints
Government bond auctionsSaxo Bank

The Weekly T Report – TF Market Advisors

EMEA Weekly, Week 24Danske Bank (pdf)
ECB determines the direction of EMEA markets - CEE central banks to be more forward looking - Rouble slid on cheaper oil and eurozone anguish

This week in the European Unioneuobserver
Spain and Greece top EU agenda

Emerging: Week Aheadbeyond brics / Financial Times

Monthly Economic
Economic CalendarBB

EU calendar –
Debt crisis: live – The Telegraph
Europe Crisis Tracker – WSJ
Tracking Europe’s Debt Crisis – NYT
FX Options Analytics – Saxo Bank

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