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Thursday, May 9

9th May - US Open

Europpan parlamentin Schulz maaliskuussa: ”Euroopan unionin suurimpia uhkia on, että ihmiset menettävät lopullisesti luottamuksensa EU:n kykyyn ratkaista ongelmia. Jos nuoret menettävät luottamuksensa, on EU mielestäni todellisessa vaarassa.”

Mistä hän siis on huolissaan? EU:sta vai ihmisistä?

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Roundups & Commentary
Frontrunning – ZH
Overnight: Buy In May As Global Easing Accelerates – ZH
The Lunch Wrap – alphaville / FT
Emerging N.Y. headlines – beyondbrics / FT
Daily press summary – Open Europe

Morning MoneyBeat – WSJ
Many Developments, Limited Price Action – Marc to Market
Morning Briefing (EU/US) – BNY Mellon
  The evidence continues to indicate a change in appetite amongst reserve managers over the past three and a half years.

The Chronic Crisis That Is The EuroThe Capital Spectator
The euro crisis will either be resolved by redesigning its framework or else the currency will inexorably move closer to an ignominious collapse, one day at a time. No one will ring a bell when the point of no return has been crossed. The question is whether we've already passed that tipping point and the ECB is merely rearranging the deck chairs in a bid to engineer an orderly passage into failure?

ECB Ponders Buying Toxic Debt of the PeripheryMish’s
Don't Worry, It Will Be "Fiscally Neutral" and Temporary

Monthly Bulletin, May 2013ECB (pdf)

Statistics Pocket Book May 2013ECB (pdf)

Target balances and monetary policy operationsECB (pdf)

Country adjustment in the euro area: where do we stand?ECB (pdf)

An assessment of Eurosystem staff macroeconomic projectionsECB (pdf)

The most important story in global economics nobody is paying attention toWonkblog / WP
China’s powerful State Council said it will move to open its borders to the freer flow of capital.

Asian currency wars, exporting deflation and the house price bindalphaville / FT

EMEA Weekly, Week 20Danske Bank (pdf)

Great Graphic: Base Money and Money SupplyMarc to Market
The US and Europe have diverged.  The US acted earlier and more aggressively to recapitalize the banks than Europe, for various and obvious reasons.     Europe is also trying to address the too-big-to-fail problem, while the US has been moving slower and pursuing a different strategy.