from Felix Salmon:

Counterparties: The state of the economy, restated

By Ben Walsh
September 27, 2012

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from Felix Salmon:

Counterparties: Is QE3 working?

By Ben Walsh
September 25, 2012

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How generous is Mitt Romney?

By Ben Walsh
September 25, 2012

Mitt Romney’s campaign likes to trumpet its candidate’s generosity. The summary of Friday afternoon’s docu-dump of Mitt and Ann Romney’s 2011 tax returns hailed the couple’s “generous charitable donations”. They made $13.7 million and donated $4 million, which is impressively described as “amounting nearly 30% of their income”.

from Felix Salmon:

Counterparties: Mitt overpays to keep his word

By Ben Walsh
September 21, 2012

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from Felix Salmon:

Counterparties: A hawk in dove’s clothing

By Ben Walsh
September 20, 2012

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Dewey’s dragooned capital

By Ben Walsh
September 19, 2012

The fallout from the Dewey and LeBoeuf’s bankruptcy continues to be bizarrely fascinating. The latest question: did Citibank intentionally withhold information about Dewey’s finances to get new partners to help pay down the firm’s debt? And when does a lender have any fiduciary duty to a borrower?

from Felix Salmon:

Counterparties: Revenge of the lucky dukies

By Ben Walsh
September 18, 2012

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from Felix Salmon:

Counterparties: Can Mariano be a closer?

By Ben Walsh
September 17, 2012

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Goldman’s analysts, now more like everyone else

By Ben Walsh
September 14, 2012

The WSJ’s Liz Rappaport and Julie Steinberg have the news that Goldman Sachs is dramatically changing its analyst program. The move is the result of a longstanding trend: fewer and fewer analysts in the investment banking and asset management divisions are staying at the firm past their initial two-year committment, and analysts are making exit plans earlier and earlier.

from Felix Salmon:

Counterparties: The Fed’s bottomless punch bowl

By Ben Walsh
September 13, 2012

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