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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Friday

People seeking employment wait in line to enter a job fair at the Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater March 28, 2014 in Washington.
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People seeking employment wait in line to enter a job fair at the Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater March 28, 2014 in Washington.

Happy Friday, and welcome to the Morning Six-Pack's monthly nonfarm payrolls special edition!

Regardless of what job creation was for March, the folks who had counted on extended unemployment benefits likely are still out of luck, despite Senate support. (Buzzfeed)

The European Central Bank is fully committed to doing ... something ... in case deflation and stagnation persist. (Minyanville)

It's a brutal time for bitcoin boosters, who are suffering through sagging prices and a succession of scandals. (Wall Street Journal)

Things are getting better for Greece, but not so good that it's about to hoist up the "victory" banner. (Mohamed El-Erian/Fortune)

Google is a $1,000 stock no more, after the company's momentous stock split that took effect Thursday. (The Economic Times)

And finally ... Call Jim O'Neill "Captain Obvious" if you'd like, but the former Goldman Sachs strategist said this is going to be a "shakier year" for the U.S. stock market. CNBC.com's Jenny Cosgrave explains.

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