Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
September 30, 2011

ECRI says it’s a “done deal” that the US is going into a recession — WSJ Marketbeat

The CDS market views Morgan Stanley as being as risky as an Italian bank — Bloomberg

A guide to China CDS — FT Alphaville

Stephen Roach predicts a soft landing for China — Project Syndicate

Bank of America’s not the only one planning to charge for debit cards — Reuters

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Kodak shares fall 60% as its rumored to have hired restructuring lawyers — WSJ

Massive CEO severance packages are “rewarding failure” — NYT

S&P and Dow Jones are discussing merging their indices — FP (Reuters story)

And Michael Lewis rides bicycles around California with Arnold Schwarzenegger — Vanity Fair

 

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