By Nick Rizzo
October 5, 2011

Stiglitz argues that now is “no time for a trade war with China” — Project Syndicate

EU banks could need up to $266 billion — CNBC

How the EuroTARP could play out — FT Alphaville

Welcome to the end of the Fake Recovery — Credit Writedowns

Michael Lewis says that Wall Street’s fingerprints are all over the EU crisis (Video) — Reuters

Ben Bernanke “can’t blame” the Occupy Wall Street protesters — ThinkProgress

Morgan Stanley is fighting “anonymous blogs and market whispers” — DealBook

Facebook is now as big as the entire internet was in 2004 — Royal Pingdom

Microsoft may actually buy Yahoo this time — Reuters

“Bill Gross feels fat” — Dealbreaker


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The Stiglitz article is from last April…

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