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The U.S. Economic Outlook Federal Reserve Bank of New York / William C. Dudley

Recovery likely to be quite muted, Fed's Dudley says Marketwatch / Greg Robb

No Employment Growth -- Really? Forbes / Robert McTeer

Business loan demand drops, defaults rise Reuters / James B. Kelleher

Mortgage rates edge above the 5 percent mark MSNBC

GM and Ford March auto sales jump Reuters / David Bailey and Bernie Woodall

Stocks, Metals Rally on Manufacturing Growth; Treasuries Drop Bloomberg / Rita Nazareth and Stuart Wallace

Dow and S&P 500 rise on upbeat data; RIM curbs Nasdaq Reuters / Ellis Mnyandu

Verizon vs. AT&T: They're both losers CNN / Paul R. La Monica

Government-bond markets enter the twilight zone Economist

Restoring Credit to Communities Federal Reserve Board / Elizabeth A. Duke

Thursday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

The world’s biggest economy has begun a much-needed transition. Barack Obama could do more to help Economist

Geithner: Jobless rate to stay ‘unacceptably high' AP via Houston Chronicle

Can't afford health care? Wait 'til June CNN / Parija Kavilanz

Manufacturing in U.S. Expands by Most Since 2004 Bloomberg / Shobhana Chandra

Construction Spending in the U.S. Decreases to Seven-Year Low Bloomberg / Courtney Schlisserman

Oil hits 18-month high, pulling in investors Reuters / Christopher Johnson

U.S. 10-Year Notes Snap Gain as U.S. to Announce Auction Sizes Bloomberg / Wes Goodman

Illinois Markets $250 Million Tax-Exempts After Fitch Downgrade Bloomberg / Darrell Preston and Catarina Saraiva

A long climb to get out of a big unemployment hole Pittsburgh Post Gazette / Ann Belser

Manufacturing in U.S. Probably Accelerated, Propelling Growth Bloomberg / Shobhana Chandra

Best financial reform is higher rates Marketwatch / David Callaway

Deadlock Is Ending on Labor Board NY Times / Steven Greenhouse

California Hotel Foreclosures Climb as Unemployment Cuts Travel Bloomberg / Nadja Brandt

Oil slides from 18-month high as funds square books Reuters via Guardian / Alejandro Barbajosa

Currencies: climbing or collapsing? Marketwatch / Neil George

UK: The Treasury licks its lips as banks sweat Independent / David Prosser

Chinese manufacturing picks up as orders flood in Reuters / Zhou Xin and Kevin Yao

Asian Stocks Advance; Lihir Gold, CSR Surge on Takeover Bids Bloomberg / Anna Kitanaka and Akiko Ikeda

Japan Manufacturers Least Pessimistic Since 2008 on Export Rise Bloomberg / Keiko Ujikane