Best links of the Web: 13-03-18, nr 733

Good morning. The Cyprus banking rescue is the big news over the weekend… (chart via @wolzak) + some comments


…and this is what happened to the euro on the news…


What is the best way to start the week? By looking what next week was all about!! Best of the Week:


Made me wonder whether Cyprus has a stock market…


Interesting chart showing a hypothetical wealth tax needed to get total debt to GDP to 180%


A lot of information and charts on the financial structure in the EU in this IMF report (via @jmdenh)


Okay, so the market is long the dollar? Let’s see how Cyprus works out…


Brilliant before and after picture: two popes, eight years in between…



An article on the yen-trade


Nice chart (in a series of many) showing the rise of the foreigners in the US stock market


Talk about divergence…


And of course, the schedules for the week ahead

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