Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
October 7, 2011

You can find all these stories, with witty tags and amusing pictures, on Counterparties.com

The ECB has picked a really bad time to have an existential crisis — Washington Post

Canadian job growth is surging; U.S. job growth: not so much — Business Insider

Here’s why they’re doing so well — Reuters Canada

Three simple policy steps to restore “macroeconomic resilience” — Macro Resilience

Nassim Taleb is a big believer in his own “influence as an intellectual” — Bloomberg

The leaked Volcker Rule memo — American Banker

Lehman sues Goldman over the collapse of a Virginia real estate deal — WSJ

Companies that spend a lot on lobbying outperform the S&P 500 by 11% — The Economist

British Energy Minister Chris Huhne made a “marginal” (if Machiavellian) Twitter error — BBC

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