Friday 7atSeven: Euro split

Here are seven (or so) links at 7AM Eastern.  Good luck out there today.

The 200 day moving average wins again.  (All Star Charts)

Rosie wants you to buy quality yield in 2012.  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Hedge funds are looking at a down year.  (FT, Zero Hedge)

George Soros bought a big chunk of MF Global’s Euro bond position.  (WSJ)

Jon Corzine pleads ignorance as to the status of MF Global’s missing customer funds.  (Dealbook)

China’s economy continues to cool as inflation comes in under expectations.  (Reuters, beyondbrics, WSJ)


The UK is opting out of a broader agreement to alter EU fiscal rules.  (FT, WSJ, Bloomberg, NYTimes, FT Alphaville)

The split in the EU is profound.  (Economist, beyondbrics)

The failure of Europe’s leaders is many.  (Felix Salmon)

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