Sunday, February 28, 2010

Updates: Greece Bailout?, Faber at Japan CLSA Forum, VW Profit Falls, February Payroll Preview, Brazil Stocks, Real, US Unemployment Benefits and China Labor Shortage

News from Twitter stream and journey around the interwebs on 2/28/2010.

Greece Bailout Plan Takes Shape [WSJ]
h/t @alea_
Defying Global Slump, China Has Labor Shortage [New York Times] h/t @asiablues
Markets poised to punish Spain [FinancialTimes]
Payrolls Probably Declined in February: U.S. Economy Preview [Bloomberg] h/t @gregormacdonald
Brazil stocks end Feb up 1.7 pct, real firms 4 pct [Reuters]
1.2 Million to Lose Unemployment Benefits Today [Calculated Risk]
Ze Germans: "Only The IMF Can Help Greece" [ZeroHedge]
TCW On Greece: "Let It Burn" (Komal Sri Kumar) [ZeroHedge]
CLSA Greed & Fear [theback9]
Fannie Taps Treasury for $15.3 Billion More After a 10th Loss  [Bloomberg] h/t @in_economy
Lloyds in £42bn bill from toxic HBOS [FinancialTimes, 2/26]
VW Profit Falls 80% as Buyers Favor Less Costly Cars [Bloomberg, 2/26]
January home sales fall 7.2%, median price unchanged  [USA Today] h/t @asiablues
U.S. Stocks to Fall, Faber Says; Wood Doubts Recovery [Bloomberg 2/22, CLSA Japan Forum]
Marc Faber, One Dr. Doom has brighter view of Japan [MarketWatch 2/22, CLSA Japan Forum]

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