By Nick Rizzo
December 17, 2011

“‘Comprehensive solution’ to the eurozone crisis is technically and politically beyond reach” — Fitch

Europe today is a bit like the America of 221 years ago — The Economist

Here are some charts arguing the stock market is going to rally — Narrow Tranche

The CEO of LLoyds apparently no longer has insomnia — WSJ (paywall)

While Allen Stanford is allegedly faking amnesia — Bloomberg

Credit Suisse’s new method for catching rogue traders: require vacations — Marketplace

The SEC has charged the guy who inspired “Rudy” with a pump-and-dump scheme — SEC

And Britons are drunk in 76% of the photos tagged of them on Facebook — Telegraph

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“Two weeks is a standard that brings Credit Suisse into line with its rivals, including Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley and Barclays Capital. The U.K.’s Financial Services Authority recommended the two-week block leave several years ago”

and it has been standard practice on Wall Street for many years

congratulations to Credit Suisse and Felix for noticing

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