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Monday, March 18

18th Mar - US Open

The Cyprus Bailout special (just updated it) is now my most popular article ever, only second to the LTRO-linkfest - but that was featured on The Financial Times.

Previously on MoreLiver’s:
Weekender: The World (Cyprus, IMF’s EU-assessment)
Weekender: Weekly Support (last week, next week)
Weekender: Best of the Week (from the ending week)

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Roundups & Commentary
Frontrunning – ZH
Overnight: Russia May Reconsider Cyprus Bailout Role, Bailout Vote Delay – ZH
The Lunch Wrap – alphaville / FT
Emerging N.Y. headlines – beyondbrics / FT
Daily press summary – Open Europe

Morning MarketBeat: Cyprus Bailout Threatens Stock Rally – WSJ
Cyprus and Other Market Drivers – Marc to Market
Morning Briefing (EU/US): The Cyprus shock – BNY Mellon
  A synopsis of the key issues relating to the bailout

Guest Post: Why Europe Is Still In Peril, In Two ChartsZH
Unemployment and rise of the Nazis.

IMF: Eurozone Banks Are In Trouble, Trample Taxpayers and Democracy To Bail Them Out!Testosterone Pit

Van Rompuy to retire from EU politics next yeareuobserver
EU council chief Herman Van Rompuy has said he will retire from politics when his mandate ends next year.

Ireland and Portugal get extensions on maturitiesTradingFloor
Mads Koefoed: The Cyprus situation has stolen the headlines these last few days - and not without merit. However, as everybody scrambles to form an opinion about Cyprus, news during the weekend regarding two other euro members slipped below the radar.

FOMC Projections PreviewCalculated Risk

China: 'Airpocalypse' NowZH
Authored by Richard Iley of BNP Paribas

About China’s real estate bubble: fact and fictionFabius Maximus
Facing a new powerful rival presents a hegemon with choices. We can improve our game, reform, revitalize to meet the challenge. Or take refuge in fantasy, ignoring our weaknesses and exaggerating those of our rival. America has chosen door #2. Here we peer through the propaganda fog, seeking a better perspective on one aspect of the China’s bust forecasts — China’s real estate bubble.

Troika of event risks ahead with Cyprus, FOMC and UK BudgetTradingFloor
John J Hardy: Markets are trying to close the gap after one of the largest gap opening over a weekend in modern memory. But residual uncertainty is likely to remain. Event risk mix couldn’t be bigger with FOMC and UK Budget also up this week.

Will Cyprus spark a turnaround in metals and mining?Humble Student

BIS Quarterly Review, March 2013BIS
Quarterly Review: Markets grow confident on continued supportBIS

Kotitalouksien ja yritysten luotonkysyntä on vaimeaapiksu

Kehitysapu tehokkaaksi ja korruptiovapaaksiLasse Laaksonen / Puheenvuoro US

Jos ministeri Hautala olisi yrittäjäPauli Vahtera / IL

Työmarkkinatunnusteluissa ei ole edettyEK

TyEL-maksujen jäädytys, verotuksen inflaatiotarkistus ja uusista palkankorotuksista pidättäytyminen tukisi työllisyyttä ja ostovoimaa parhaitenEK