By Nick Rizzo
September 28, 2011

The EU is proposing a $77 billion financial transaction (quasi-Tobin) tax — AP

The German Finance Minister think the U.S. rescue fund plan is “stupid” — Telegraph

Martin Feldstein on why Germany and France are trying to delay the inevitable Greek default — Project Syndicate

Health insurance premiums jumped 9% last year — Kaiser Family Foundation

What slowing productivity says about our economic growth — NY Fed

Junk bond returns have turned negative — IFR

The vultures are circling Paulson’s assets — WSJ

The CDS market: actually pretty important — FT Alphaville

The SEC is suing NIR’s Corey Ribotsky for allegedly bilking a chintzy $1 million from clients — Bloomberg

Zynga’s virtual farms and tractors are depreciating faster — WSJ


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