Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
November 18, 2011

Banks “are devising complex and potentially risky” deals to keep borrowing from the ECB — WSJ

Congress’s 10 favorite stocks, and which members hold the most (it’s mostly Kerry) — Ritholtz

Why the missing MF Global customer money is like a “lost child” — Dealbook

The Nevada AG brings felony charges in a robo-signing case — WSJ

26 reporters arrested in the Wall Street protests and what they do — The Awl

TechCrunch’s CEO is leaving AOL — BI

2.5 stars: Yelp files for a $100 million IPO — Fortune

And the ECB releases an iPhone game, but the whole goal is keeping inflation low. Of course — Reuters Macroscope

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