Friday, September 23, 2011

Financial Injections for 9/23/2011

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Full Text: G20 Communique after meeting in Washington (Reuters)

Greece denies reports on default scenarios (Reuters)

ECB's Knot Admits to Chance of Greece Defaulting (Reuters)

China, Japan Say Europe Must Fix Own Crisis (Bloomberg)

Japanese default insurance costs spike (Financial Times)

EU to speed recapitalisation of 16 banks (Financial Times)

ECB Ready to Act Next Month If Outlook Deteriorates (Bloomberg)

Morgan Stanley's Exposure To French Banks Is 60% Greater Than Its Market Cap... And More Than Half Its Book Value (Zero Hedge)

Second Bank Scrambles To Defend Morgan Stanley Against Vicious "Blogger Attack" (Zero Hedge)

FTSE 100 records biggest fall for 30 months as recession fears grow (Telegraph)

Bank of England minutes indicate more quantitative easing on the cards (Guardian)

Bank of England MPC minutes: what the analysts say (Guardian)

Moody's Cuts Eight Greek Bank Ratings by 2 Notches (Reuters)

Soros: US Is Already in Double-Dip Recession (CNBC)

Barclays' Kantor: US 'Not in a Recession' (CNBC)

Credit Market Update - Anterograde and Retrograde Amnesia (Macronomics at Pragmatic Capitalism)

DeMark Sees 'Capitulation' When S&P 500 Falls Below 1,100 (SF Gate)

Dennis Gartman: Wait for Gold to Trade $1695, Then Buy (CNBC)

US Stocks Bottoming? Not Yet: Art Cashin (CNBC)

Notorious B.I.G.G.S. Flip Flops Again, Bottom-Ticks Market - cuts bullish bets to 20% (Zero Hedge) -- lulz

El-Erian Says World Is on Eve of Next Financial Crisis Over Sovereign Debt (Bloomberg)

Architecture Billings Index Turns Positive after Four Straight Monthly Declines (51.4 in August from 45.1 in July) (American Institute of Architects)

“Based on the poor economic conditions over the last several months, this turnaround in demand for design services is a surprise,” said AIA Chief Economist, Kermit Baker, PhD, Hon. AIA. “Many firms are still struggling, and continue to report that clients are having difficulty getting financing for viable projects, but it’s possible we’ve reached the bottom of the down cycle." -- interesting

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