Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
October 13, 2011

More than two-thirds of big EU banks would fail revised stress tests — Bloomberg

The Euro voting process explained — The Reformed Broker

Loan sharking in China amounts to 10% of its GDP — NYT

What high-yield bond spreads are telling us — Credit Writedowns

Another explanation for late-day market volatility: FT articles — FT Alphaville

Dimon: “All things considered” our Q3 earnings were “reasonable” — Reuters

Let’s revisit the perverse accounting where banks record bond losses as gains — Bloomberg

Economists predict US median incomes won’t bounce back until 2021 — WSJ

Raj will be spending up to the next eleven years in the pokey — Dealbook

Have start-ups seen funding dry up? — TechCrunch

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