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Frontrunning: May 4

  • Japan has 54 nuclear reactors, but as of Saturday, not one of them will be in operation (Guardian)
  • US Readies Proposal to Clamp Down on Fracking (Reuters)
  • California pension fund (CALSTRS) sues Wal-Mart, alleges bribery (Reuters)
  • New Ripples for Gupta Case: Goldman Share Price, Volume Began Climbing Even Before Rajaratnam Trades (WSJ)
  • China says blind dissident can apply to study abroad (Reuters)
  • China paper calls Chen a U.S. pawn; envoy is a "troublemaker" (Reuters)
  • Samsung’s New Galaxy S Phone Raises Heat on Apple Iphone (Bloomberg)
  • Draghi predicts 2012 eurozone recovery  (FT)
  • Tumbling Home Ownership Marks a Return to Normal (Bloomberg)
  • Zuckerberg Facebook IPO to Make Him Richer Than Ballmer (Bloomberg)
  • SEC probes Chesapeake and its chief (FT)

Frontrunning: March 14

  • Euro zone formally approves 2nd Greek bailout: statement (Reuters)
  • In a First, Europeans Act to Suspend Aid to Hungary Unless It Cuts Deficit (NYT)
  • UK Chancellor Looks at 100-Year Gilt (FT) - What? No Consols?
  • Hilsenrath: Fed's Outlook a Tad Sunnier - (WSJ)
  • Banks Shored Up By Stress Test Success (FT)
  • U.S. dangles secret data for Russia missile shield approval (Reuters)
  • Wen Warns of Second China Cultural Revolution Without Reform (Bloomberg)
  • Wen Says Yuan May Be Near Equilibrium as Gains Stall (Bloomberg)
  • Merkel Says Europe Is ‘Good Way’ Up Mountain, Not Over It (Bloomberg)