Frontrunning: March 7

  • China to stimulate imports from the United States (China Daily)
  • Ten thousand apparel retail stores to stay shut on Monday in India today in excise duty protest (Economic Times)
  • More grains limit ups coming: Wheat Planting Falls to Four-Year Low in Russia Amid Export Ban (Bloomberg)
  • SEC Says Market Data Review to Come, But Not Yet (Reuters, h/t SR)
  • Flat-Earth European Central Bank misreads oil spike again, and kicks Spain in the teeth (Telegraph)
  • OPEC ministers talking informally, see no need to meet (Reuters)
  • Grain prices 'will be stable' (China Daily)
  • MSM only a few months behind: MERS? It May Have Swallowed Your Loan (NYT)
  • Barclays Awards Chief Executive Diamond $11 Million Bonus (Bloomberg)
  • Traders ‘short’ dollar as currency loses attraction (FT)
  • LVMH to Take Control of Italy’s Bulgari (NYT)
  • Bonds Show Why Boehner Saying We're Broke Is Figure of Speech (Bloomberg)
  • US fiscal reality ignored by ‘starving the beast’ (FT)
  • Inflation Endangering China `Dream' Spurs Wen Pledge on Prices (Bloomberg)
  • Trichet’s real reasons for a rate rise (FT)
  • The Underappreciated Upside Risk (Barrons)




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