Some of the more interesting and important items for March 10th :
- Moody’s cuts Spanish government’s debt rating – MarketWatch – LONDON (MarketWatch) — Spain moved back into the spotlight of Europe’s long-running debt crisis Thursday as Moody’s Investors Services cut the Spanish government’s debt rating.
- Moody’s, Spain Disagree Over Banks’ Capital Needs – WSJ.com – MADRID—Spain's central bank said the country's lenders will need €15.15 billion ($21.07 billion) in new capital, but Moody's Investors Service published a far higher estimate that spooked markets and called into question the credibility of Spain's figures.
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- Wisconsin Senate Advances Bill Opposed by Unions – NYTimes.com –
- Japan GDP Shrank 1.3% Last Quarter, More Than Previous Estimate – Bloomberg – Japan’s economy contracted more than the government initially estimated in the fourth quarter, because of a downward revision to capital investment and consumer spending.