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By Nick Rizzo
December 13, 2011

New rules may force Euro banks to borrow from their own governments — Bloomberg

These banks have largely bought hedges from other struggling Euro banks — WSJ (paywall)

The Merkelization of Europe, and why it’s a problemĀ  — Foreign Policy

From Friday, 8 (still relevant) unanswered questions for Europe — WSJ Marketbeat

Mikhail Prokhorov: Russian democratic savior or oversized Putin puppet? — Reuters

11 things Brad DeLong’s gotten really wrong in his career — DeLong

Ocwen, a large mortgage servicer, now employs 16 psychologists — WSJ

LinkedIn’s P/E is roughly 300 — Fortune

And House GOP whip Eric Cantor is blocking a (Spencer Bachus-sponsored!) insider trading bill — CNBC

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