Here’s the evening collection from high5finance of useful information, analysis and opinions, related to Wednesday’s trading session.
* Trading Outlook: March 22 – 26, 2010
* Adobe posts lower 1Q profit, exceeds expectations
* Stocks surge to 18-month highs
* Insider-Trading Arrests in U.K.
* Today in Commodities: Like Watching Paint Dry
* Germany Sets Tough Terms for EU Bailout for Greece
* 10 Year Swap Spreads Turns Negative
* The Top 10 Nordic Stocks
* Corporate Balance Sheets Show Surprising Strength
*AIG Increases Pay for Most Top Managers
* Obama Loan Program May Extend Foreclosure Crisis
* Pay Czar Eyes Wall Street’s Fat Wallets:
* Japan’s Exports Climb 45.3%
* Germany, France Agree to Back IMF Fund Aid for Greece
* World trade falls by 12 percent in 2009
AIG: What Did FED Bail Out and Why? – Econotwist’s Blog
Sovereign Debt – Just Take The Punch? – MoonTalk
Which countries will be most politically stable in the coming depression? – StraightStocks
News Flash: Swaps Are Not Free Options – Seeking Alpha
-72% of Democrats, 84% of Republicans and 80% of Independents Think the Economy Could Collapse – Zero Hedge
My very first financial option – The Collector
Offentlig juling – Dagens Ledelse
* GOP in for a ‘Shock’ Come November
* Gold, Dollar and Phase II of the Debt Crisis
* Banking on Financial Experience
* Bilateral Scapegoat: That Evil Yuan
* Howard Marks – I’d Rather Be Wrong
* The Good News About The Health Care Bill
*Should ‘Private Equity’ Pay for Junior’s College?
* Special Report: The Battle Over Health Care
* Confessions Of A Value Investor: A Few Lessons in Behavioral Finance
* The War on Drugs Is Doomed
* The Next Crisis — Labor Shortages?
* In Buffett’s Bonds We Trust?
* GMO’s Edward Chancellor Discusses China’s Red Flags
Happy Trading !
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