My reads to start the week off:
• Freddie Mac Bets Against American Homeowners (ProPublica)
• Money From MF Global Feared Gone (WSJ)
• 9.8 Million Shadow Inventory Says Housing Market is a Long Way From the Bottom (Naked Capitalism)
• Flurry of Subpoenas Raises Force-Placed Stakes (American Banker) see also Wall Street Wants Rebound, Needs Shakeup (Bloomberg)
• Funding the Academic War on Financial Reform (New Deal 2.0)
• U.S. Debt Gets Recalibrated (WSJ) see also Persistently Low Rates Carry Risk of Negative Side Effect (WSJ)
• Revisiting A Gold Bet (Research Puzzle)
• Greek Debt Talks Resume in Athens as Policy Makers Squabble Over Haircut (Bloomberg) see also Should emerging market equities trade at a premium? (Reuters)
• Comparing Obama and Reagan’s economic records (Washington Post) see also Obama Recovery is No ’Morning in America’ Yet (Bloomberg)
• Apple Fuels Hiring Amid Bubble 2.0 Concern (Bloomberg)
What are you reading?
U.S. Banks Tally Their Exposure to Europe’s Debt Maelstrom
Category: Financial Press
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