Daily Reading – Tuesday, March 8, 2011

FT Alphaville: The Saudi capacity puzzle

Could Saudi Arabia be telling porkies when it comes to its spare capacity capabilities?

It’s something Goldman Sachs analysts are wondering on Tuesday.

FT Alphaville: China’s yuan-child policy, relaxed

Relax, kids: a demographic tidbit from Citi’s emerging market round-up on Monday…

FT Alphaville: Greek spreads… the day after the downgrade

The 10-year spread is wider by almost 47 basis points following Monday’s three notch move by Moody’s.

The Big Picture: Bill Gross: The Economy Is Not “Self-Sustaining”

The Big Picture: Banks Like Proposed Fraudclosure Settlement

Today’s bank rally lets you know exactly what the Street thinks about the proposed mortgage settlement.

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