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JSC RusHydro announces the agenda of the Board of Directors to be held in absentia today, April 2, 2013.
The agenda includes the following items:
Don’t be fooled by the glowing jobs report today, says CNBC’s Larry Kudlow. Yes, payrolls rose by 163K in July, but the devil’s in the details. For one, the small-business household survey dropped 195,000. That’s what drove the unemployment rate up to 8.3%. Add the labor force shrinking by 150K, the participation rate slipping to 63.7% and the overall U-6 discouraged-workers unemployment rate increasing to 15%, and that pretty much cancels out any better-than-expected rise. 6 comments!
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A pro-bailout party in Greece won the most votes in Sunday’s parliamentary election, which could ease any immediate concerns about the nation’s future participation in the euro area.
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Campaigns by both supporters and opponents of Japan’s proposed participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade pact gathered steam Wednesday ahead of a key Japan-U.S. next week in Washington.
About 3,000 protesters staged a rally in Tokyo’s Hibiya Park that was jointly organized by agricultural and consumers’ groups.
Link: Anti-, pro-TPP campaigns heat up before Noda meets Obama
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NEW YORK (BBH FX Strategy) — The March U.S. jobs report will be released Friday, Good Friday, when many European countries are on holiday and the U.S. is partially on holiday. Unlike the proverbial falling tree that may not make a sound if there is no one to hear it, the data will be important even if the lack of market participation prevents much of a reaction.
Given these circumstances, perhaps what will be more useful than a review of the limited inputs that economists use to forecast the nonfarm payrolls report — which is among the more difficult of the high frequency data to forecast — would be a more focused look at the vexing problem of the decline in the participation rate.
Let’s dispense with the March jobs report by making a few observations. The risk is on the downside of the current consensus of 220,000 private sector jobs for two main reasons.
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Official word on Greece’s debt restructuring isn’t available until Friday, but talk is that the bond swap had a more than 75% participation rate.
Read the rest here: World Markets Eye Greece
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