Geithner Resignation Watch: Jamie Dimon Edition
Here is what I know, or at least what I think I know after talking with slew of folks today (and an expanded take to come in a bit):
1) Geithner isn’t going anywhere before November 2010.
2) JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon doesn’t want the job.
3) If Geithner did go, Rahmbo, Yellen, and Summers are all more likely that JD.
4) The Geithner resignation talk is a sign of panic on the part of congressional Dems. Expect the AIG ruckus to get more of a push on the Hill.
5) Geithner’s uneven TV skills aren’t helping, though.