The Fed Pretty Much Just Announced QE3 – Forbes
Goldman Sachs comments on the Fed’s sterilised QE – FT Alphaville
Fed Debt-Purchase Approach May Hurt Rather Than Help – Bloomberg
Greece on brink of default as bond deal falters – Telegraph
Why a Greek Debt Deal Won’t End the Greek Saga – CNBC
Greek write-downs: The end of risk-free government bonds – Washington Post
BoE keeps quantitative easing target unchanged at 325B sterling – Reuters
ECB Keeps Key Rate at 1% as Inflation Reappears – Bloomberg
Run to gold, Iran-Israel war is coming: Marc Faber – Commodity Online
A Perspective on Money from Howard and Warren Buffett – GoldMoney
Consumer Credit: The Good and the Bad – EconomPicData
Not too warm for a Labor Dept. snow job – NY Post
Eurocrats and Their Vassals – aucontrarian

Oil rises on Greek debt hopes, Iran concerns – AFP
Gold rises as euro draws strength from Greece – Reuters
Happy Birthday, Bull Market! Morning Business Memo – ABC News
Asian markets rally to end 3-day losing streak – MarketWatch
Have Oil Speculators Already Priced In War With Iran? – Businessweek
Switzerland Wants Its Gold Back From The New York Fed – Zero Hedge
Gold Advances as Weakening Dollar May Fuel Investor Demand – Bloomberg
Gold, silver boosted by physical demand, Fed report – Commodity Online
What role could China play in gold’s performance in 2012? – Commodity Online
Gold to climb on physical buying – BullionStreet

U.S. Job Creation Declines in February – Gallup
February Employment Report Preview – A Dash of Insight
Beware Analysts Torturing Jobs Data to Fit Model – Bloomberg
Labor Dept. Asks Nuclear Guardians for Help Keeping Jobs Data Secret – CNBC
Homelessness in the U.K. jumps by 14% in a year – Guardian
The European Central Bank, As Seen From A Bar On The Coast Of Spain – NPR
Brazil Speeds Up Interest Rate Cuts to Single Digit to Revive Growth – Bloomberg
Sellers biggest home-prices hike since ’10 – O.C. Register
Parsing Recent Trends in Home Prices Proves Precarious – CNBC
US House Democrats Request Hearing On Fed Mandate – Nasdaq
Banks Shouldn’t Be Both Judge and Jury on Credit Defaults – Bloomberg
Americans Don’t Benefit From Fed Inflated Asset Prices – Real Clear Markets
Punish the bankers? We’re still rewarding them – MarketWatch