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Thursday morning links

Thursday, March 05, 2009

BOE cuts rates, announces plans to print money - Telegraph
Euro area interest rates hit record low of 1.5% - BBC
Auditors raise doubts about GM's viability - IHT
NY AG to question 7 Merrill execs about bonuses - AP
U.S. Launches Plan to Steady Housing Market - Washington Post
Goldman Cuts Global GDP Forecast to 0.6% Decline - Bloomberg
China says 8 percent growth possible in 2009 - AP
Bair: FDIC Could Be Insolvent This Year - Bloomberg

Gold ticks up on safe-haven buying - Globe & Mail
Oil falls to near $44 on continuing demand worries - AP
Treasuries Rise on Bets Central Banks Will Buy More Assets - Bloomberg
Wall Street begins to hear 'buy stocks' rumblings - USA Today
Economic crisis scrambles retirement math - Time
Rush for gold reserves as countries dump dollar - Commodity Online

Jobless claims slip back to 639,000 - MarketWatch
Productivity Declines, Labor Costs Jump - Bloomberg
Recession Deepening Across Regions, Industries, Fed Says - Wash. Post
More companies turn to furloughs to save money, jobs - USA Today
Tentacles of recession still growing, Fed says - MarketWatch

What on earth does the BOE do now rates are near zero? - Telegraph
China pledges to keep real estate market stable - Xinhuanet
Wall Street on the Tundra - Vanity Fair
Chavez Orders Expropriation of Cargill Plant - Bloomberg
Premier vows to promote employment, exports - CHINADaily
The Bank of England's printing presses are ready to roll - Telegraph
China Exporters Blame Yuan in ‘Life and Death’ Crisis - Bloomberg
Europe’s banks face a $2 trillion dollar shortage - Telegraph

Details of plan to rescue housing Ways to keep people afloat - SF Gate
Radar Logic Reports Rising Home Sales Amid Falling Prices - Radar Logic
Housing: Pennies where there was once dollars - Today's Financial News
Mortgage Plan Targets Up to Four Million Homeowners - NY Times

Fed Refuses to Release Bank Lending Data - Bloomberg
At the Federal Reserve, nothing succeeds quite like failure - Taipai Times
Congress wants answers to questions about AIG - CNN/Money
Fed Approves Intercontinental Credit-Default Swap Clearing Plan - Bloomberg

Darth Wall Street and Credit-Default Swaps - Bloomberg
America's Ski Resorts: Saved by the Snow - Time
India Failing to Control Open Defecation Blunts Growth - Bloomberg


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