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Thursday, March 7

7th March - US Open

Note the ECB post below.

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Roundups & Commentary
Frontrunning – ZH
Overnight: Futures Ignore 13 Year High In French Unemployment, Tumble In German Factor Orders; Rise On Spanish Auction – ZH
The Lunch Wrap – alphaville / FT
Emerging N.Y. headlines – beyondbrics / FT
Daily press summary – Open Europe

Morning MarketBeat: Rally Stokes 1980s Flashbacks – WSJ
Position Adjustment Ahead of BOE and ECB – Marc to Market
Morning Briefing (EU/US): Yuan for the money – BNY Mellon
  Following our discussion of the outlook for the Chinese economy yesterday, we turn our attention today towards Chinese currency policy.

Are anti-euro sentiments brewing in Austria?Open Europe

Italy: populism versus technocracy?The Current Moment

A review on Germany’s minimum wage debatebruegel
Unlike many other EU countries, Germany does not have a national minimum wage even though specific industrial sectors have one.  The upper chamber of parliament, the Bundesrat, has now proposed a minimum wage of 8.5€.
BoJ on hold, new leadership to decide easing strategyDanske Bank (pdf)

An Infinite Amount of MoneyJohn Mauldin / The Big Picture
The three major blocs of the developed world are careening toward a debt-fueled denouement that will play out over years rather than in a single moment. And contrary to some opinion, there is no certain ending. There are multiple paths still available to Europe and especially the US, though admittedly none of them are bright and carefree. There are very few paths available to Japan, as they have skipped too far down the yellow brick road of debt.

Lisäleikkauksia, rikollisuutta ja väkivaltaa - nyt tarvitaan uudet vakauden mittaritSK
”Eurokriisiin johtaneiden virheiden uusiminen ei ole vastuullista talouspolitiikkaa, vaan lietsoo taantumaa, lisäleikkauksia, rikollisuutta ja väkivaltaa. Siksi on välttämätöntä arvioida uudestaan niitä mittareita, joilla talouden vakautta mitataan ja ylläpidetään”, väittävät vapaat toimittajat Joel Kaitila ja Antti Ronkainen.