Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
November 23, 2011

Izzy Kaminska has an intriguing post on what happened with today’s bund auction — FT Alphaville

European banks are avoiding regulations with “false deleveraging” — Bloomberg

Hungary has asked for a “precautionary credit” from the IMF — Telegraph

The “darker side” of US GDP has some bad news for us — WSJ Real Time Economics

America faces two big “fiscal cliffs” in the next 14 months — The Economist Free Exchange

The big rumored mortgage settlement might not include California — Reuters

“How to steal money from Manhattan, with Columbia’s pro-biz think thank” — The Awl

And Tyler Cowen has a great idea for how to handle the NBA strike — Marginal Revolution

Many more links are available at Counterparties.com. Have a great Thanksgiving, if you’re in a country where that’s done.

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