Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
September 23, 2011

Gold and silver had a “historically awful” week — WSJ Marketbeat

Bank of America seeks to slice $800 million in pizza assets — Bloomberg

Fannie Mae’s own law firms were robo-signing, according to a new FHFA report — AP

Why monetary policy is almost helpless against consumer deleveraging — Macro Resilience

The Eurozone crisis is a systemic failure — Streetlightblog

Robert Shiller: The debt debate destroyed any exuberance the American consumer might have possessed — Reuters

Older workers who lose their jobs are twice as likely to become long-term unemployed — HuffPo

One day on a Chicago city payroll earns man a $158K pension — Chicago Tribune

AOL is now requiring some Patch editors to generate sales leads as well — Business Insider

And Jacob Weisberg just eviscerates Ron Suskind — Slate

 

 

 

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All these things that happen in the US is really disappointing. Economic recession is getting worse than ever. How will most American people survive especially those who are unemployed? Again, I want to see America as a progressive and productive country in the whole world.
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I heard von Neumann was a runner-up ..

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Naked Capitalism wonders:
“Arkansas police want to talk to man about toe sucking http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/2 3/us-toesucking-arkansas-idUSTRE78M7AS20 110923 (hat tip Buzz Potamkin). Is Reuters experimenting with the HuffPo strategy?”

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