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Friday, March 22

22nd Mar - EU Open

So, will Cyprus be solved during the weekend? If yes, you should be risk-on around Friday's close. If no, you'd better pray - though risk-off could help.

Previously on MoreLiver’s:

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News roundup – Between The Hedges
The 6am Cut London – alphaville / FT
Emerging Markets Headlines – beyondbrics / FT

3 Numbers to Watch: FR business survey, German IFO, US Fed speechTradingFloor
Juhani Huopainen: Germany's IFO Business Climate Index is today's only notable data point, but as the Markit PMI already indicated March as being a weak month, all eyes will be on Cyprus.

Market Preview: S&P cuts Cyprus rating; German Ifo indices eyedTradingFloor
European markets are likely to open weaker Friday. S&P has cut its credit rating on Cyprus to CCC. Meanwhile, any developments in the Cypriot bailout deal will be keenly watched. Additionally, today's German Ifo sentiment data will be in focus.

Danske DailyDanske Bank (pdf)

AamukatsausNordea (pdf)
Paineet ratkaisun löytymiseksi Kyproksen tukipakettineuvotteluihin kasvavat * Nyt on investointien aika! * Odotettua heikommat luottamusluvut painoivat euroa ja Saksan korkoja

Aamukatsaus – Tapiola (pdf)


What happens if a Eurozone NCB goes rogue?self-evident
So what would happen — what physically would happen — should the ECB governing council vote to terminate ELA to Cypriot banks, but the Central Bank of Cyprus provided it anyway?

UBS' George Magnus Asks "Why Are The European Streets Relatively Quiet?"ZH

Special Report: Inside Putin's central bank surpriseReuters
"It will be a surprise - you'll like it," President Vladimir Putin said with a smile when asked whether he had decided who should be next head of Russia's central bank.

What British 'austerity' would look like if we were in the eurozoneThe Telegraph
One thing that constantly amazes me reading the often self contradictory drivel which is written about the economic crisis is the way many commentators seem to apply one set of rules to the Eurozone and another to the UK.

The Recovery is RealTim Duy’s Fed Watch

HFT Reality: 70% Of Price Moves Are Disconnected From Fundamental RealityZH
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