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Morning line-up: Side letters, no-go zones and peacemakers

April 14, 2010

News and views on the fund industry from Reuters and elsewhere:

RTR1SGF8Barnier plays peacemaker on EU rules – Reuters

Hong Kong likes hedgies and PE – FT

Side letters raise eyebrows – Reuters

Europe a no-go zone? – Daily Telegraph

New York teachers get a funding shock – NY Post

Comments

Soros is likely short the US. Of course this economy is unstable, can’t spend your way to prosperity, total public debt load on US is ~ $500,000 per tax-paying family, their politically easy solution – inflate your way out, devalue the dollar-sounds like a Soros approved plan to me. Soros should be in jail for all the global damage this global pirate has caused. Now he’s focused on the US, installing state-level secretaries of state-that decide close elections, like his bud Al Franken. His open society institute and progressive (aka socialist) NGOs have contributed >$5 Billion to elections of various progressives & marxists. Swell guy.

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