Frontrunning: April 14

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  • Bailout a ‘Flawed Plan’ Forced on Irish People (Irish Times)
  • Obama’s Debt Plan Sets Stage for Long Battle Over Spending (NYT)
  • America Must Give Up on the Dollar (Michael Pettis)
  • Banks Forced to Pay Foreclosure Victims as Talks Continue (Bloomberg)
  • Budget Rises as Most Important Problem to Highest Since '96 (Gallup)
  • Calls grow for Japan PM to quit in wake of quake (Reuters)
  • Find the discrepancy of these two headlines:
    • China to See More Interest Rate Hikes in Q2 (China Daily)
    • China Banks Said to Need $131 Billion of Equity Over Six Years (Reuters)
  • Hong Kong Considers More Property Measures (WSJ)
  • Glencore seeks up to $12.1 billion in IPO, no chair yet (Reuters)
  • Investment banks will not wield their power forever (FT)
  • Obama's toxic speech and even worse plan for deficits and debt (WSJ)
  • China FX reserves soar past $3 trillion, add to inflation (Reuters)
  • BOK Must Raise Rates to 4% to Curb Inflation, Adviser Says (Bloomberg)
  • Portugal's Socrates Meets Opposition Over Bailout Terms (WSJ)
  • New Normal Means Tokyo Living With Chernobyl (Bloomberg)
  • Allies Look for Ways to End Libyan Stalemate (FT)
  • Italian lenders to resume pay-outs (FT)
  • UK Calls for Funding for Libyan Rebels (FT)