Updates: Net Euro Shorts/Yen Longs, US Unemployment 9.7%, Payrolls Fall Less Than Expected, Greek Workers Tried To Storm Parliament, Footsie 18 Month High, S&P Cuts $3.39B Leveraged-Buyout Loans

Greek Protests Mount as Parliament Passes Budget Cuts: Video

Payrolls in U.S. Fell 36,000 (less than expected); Unemployment at 9.7% (Bloomberg)
Footsie jumps to 18-month high (FT.com)
S&P: Junk-Rated Issuers Tally Steady On Defaults, Downgrades (WSJ)
GM to reinstate 600 dealerships slated to be cut (AP)
Banks shuttered in Fla., Ill., Md., Utah (AP)
Western sanctions draft targets Iran's banks abroad (Reuters)
S&P Cuts Ratings On Another $3.39B Of Leveraged-Buyout Loans (CLOs) (WSJ)
Banks defend use of sovereign CDS trade to hedge risk (FT.com)
Net Euro Speculative Short Positions Decline Marginally From Record, Yen Longs Surge (ZeroHedge.com)
Google Targets Microsoft With DocVerse Deal (WSJ)
Obama Budget Plan Underestimates Deficits, CBO Says (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Wen May Struggle With 3% Inflation Goal After China Credit Boom (Bloomberg)
Greeks ban hedge funds in bond sale (FT.com)
Striking Greek workers shut down transport and tried to storm parliament (Bloomberg)
Yields on Tax-Exempt Bond Sales Reach Lowest in Three Months (Bloomberg)
Greece Won’t Sell Islands to Cover Debts (NYT)
UPDATE 1-Beijing says working with Google to resolve dispute (Reuters)
Robert Prechter Says Equities to Drop, Invest in Cash: Video (Bloomberg Video, 3/4)
Pandit Says Citi Playing Critical Role in U.S. Recovery (Bloomberg Video, 3/4)

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