- Dick Bove, who still may be bullish on Lehman, says to Buy Citigroup, $4 Target, sees 2010 EPS of $0.13!
- Companies of Commercial real estate "billionaire" Halabi default on $1.9 billion in debt after 50% drop in property value (Bloomberg)
- E.U. leaders say no more stimulus (Marketwatch)
- The two sides of the inflation debate (Morgan Stanley)
- Consumers could get up to $4,500 toward new car (AP)
- Brazil pension funds, on the bring in 2008, will get permission to exit fixed income funds and throw all their money in the equity bubble (Bloomberg)
- Big Swiss banks exposed to risk, Central Bank says (WSJ, hat tip Julian)
- Former Merrill execs discussed buying back bank (Reuters)
- Smaller crowds greet launch of new iPhone, likely will not bail out US economy (Reuters)
- Porsche may fail to avoid Volkswagen's grip (Bloomberg) even as...
- Volkswagen moves in for kill (NYT)
- Bankruptcy epitaphs in the green shoots economy (Reformed Broker)
- Even with massive economic slack, leading indicators somehow still point to better day (Wachovia)
- Sponsored coverage from Krugman: The good and bad in Obama's plan (NYT)
Friday, June 19, 2009
Posted by Tyler Durden at 8:43 AM