Some morning reads:
• In euro crisis, U.S. lessons unlearned (Washington Post)
• Why Are Morgan Stanley & Goldman Sachs Still Bank Holding Companies 4 years Post-Crisis ? (Bloomberg)
• Evil is the root of all money (Macro Mania)
• The Good News and the (Very) Bad News about Bernanke’s Speech (Uneasy Money)
• Big Banks’ $29 Billion Cookie Jar (WSJ) see also Banks Face Suits as States Weigh Libor Losses (NYT)
• Asia’s Rich Are Wary of Private Bankers (Businessweek)
• Facebook Falls to Record Low After Morgan Stanley Report (Bloomberg) see also iPhone Price Cuts Send Bond Inflation Bets to 11-Year Low (Bloomberg)
• Alarming parallels between current Middle East tensions and events leading up to WWI (Sober Look)
• Kinsley: Don’t blame the deficit (LA Times)
• 12 Scary Signs That It’s Time to Leave Your Company (Yahoo Finance)
What are you reading?
Euro Crisis versus Federal Reserve
Source: Spiegel Online
Category: Financial Press
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