Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
January 16, 2010
WSJ

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What would Jamie Dimon do if accosted by a midget? — Time

“Back when we would do like, you know, The Hundred Hottest Hotties, no men would watch that.” — Jezebel

Does Larry Summers return Paul Volcker’s calls? — WSJ

Kwak piles on to Gladwell — Baseline Scenario

Smalera delves further into the mystery of AIG stock — Big Money

$11.7 billion of high-yield debt issued this week: that’s an all-time record — Deals Insight (PDF)

Pimco’s assets under management now exceed $1 trillion — Reuters

Annotated photos of the FCIC’s CEO hearing — Cityfile

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Little People consider the m-word to be an offensive slur. http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_127595 19 – Just thought you’d like to know.

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