Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
January 4, 2012

Hi guys, it’s great to be back! I missed you. Apologies for the extremely late post: I’ve been blogging the Iowa Caucus, which was just like Florida in 2000 but ultimately meaningless. Onto the links!

Greece is threatening to leave the euro zone if the latest bailout isn’t approved — BBC

World’s largest hedge fund predicts a decade of “zombie” growth — WSJ

Minutes of the FOMC — Federal Reserve

We’re living in the age of the financial pawnbroker — FT Alphaville

Possibly small sample-size American migration data, visualized — Atlas Van Lines

The ethanol tax credit has ended, perhaps angering the Iowa corn gods — NYT

Inside the budding Youtube viral video studio system — Wired

2% of Americans think Mitt Romney’s first name is Mittens, 2% think it’s Gromit — VF

And some further reading from our salmon-tinged counterparties — FT Alphaville

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Happy New Year to you, Mr. Rizzo. And that Mitt Romney name link really is quite stupendously wonderful.

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