Tuesday links get bailed out

By Felix Salmon
April 14, 2009

Wells Fargo Q1 Profits Packed with Accounting Gain: Cowen comments.

New bond trading rules target disclosure on pricing: In Canada. Doing it elsewhere wouldn’t be such a bad idea either, retail investors often get ripped off in the bond markets.

Eye on the Bailout: A new blog from ProPublica, tracking bailout funds.

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I know enough finance to be dangerous (gee that’s an uncommon theme in these times), but I’m just an ordinary joe who likes this stuff. So what is going on with WFC stock? If i had any I’d have sold it as soon as earnings were announced.. I can’t believe the W acquisition didn’t saddle them with some serious pain. Ah well, I don’t like to stand under daggers anywho, I haven’t been near bank stocks in over half a year.

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