By Nick Rizzo
October 20, 2011

Germany and France still can’t agree on how to leverage the EFSF — Reuters

The EU considers issuing a temporary ban of sovereign credit ratings — WSJ

Don’t expect a repeat of America’s six-year “productivity miracle” — Bloomberg

A new bill would throw in a visa with every expensive American home sold to a foreigner in an all-cash sale — WSJ

Wall Street posts its worst quarter since 2008 — Bloomberg

Millionaires and billionaires control nearly 40% of global wealth — WSJ The Wealth Report

The NYT paywall seems to be working — Mashable

“are we screwed” — Paul Kedrosky



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How exactly do you ban credit ratings?

S&P: We can’t officially rate Italy anymore but let’s just say that if we did, it would rhyme with me me me shminus. *wink* * wink*

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