Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Overallotment: March 31

  • Several hours after claiming opposite, Obama concludes bankruptcy best option for GM, Chrysler (Bloomberg)
  • ... or maybe not (Reuters)
  • Citigroup (!) advises to buy bank puts as rally fades (Bloomberg)
  • TARP cop launches probes into bail-out fraud (FT)
  • Analyst at Harvard Management Company was fired by Larry Summers (the same one) after voicing concerns about risky trades (Harvard Crimson)
  • London braces for G-20 onslaught (FT)
  • As rifts at G-20 meeting deepen (FT)
  • Another Obama nominee forced to pay back taxes (Breitbart)
  • Nomura pays Lehman recruits more than double what it pays its own (Bloomberg)
  • Plan to aid small firms is flawed, lenders say (Washington Post)

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Anonymous said...

JPMorgan Takes Lead in Busiest Year for Rights Offers ($12.8 Bln)


Anonymous said...

can't believe you havent mentioned cerberus' stake in chrysler being wiped out. they probably already had it at zero...but if that headline isn't the epitome of the boom-bust of the last business cycle, than i don't know what is.

Jr Accountant said...

F this, I'm sick of paying attention anymore.