Monday, February 23, 2009

Late Monday Headlines

  • Asian stocks drop to five year low (Bloomberg)
  • Separating Eastern European's wheat from chaff (NYT) [Funny how this stuff develops. Two weeks ago nobody cared about EE, now people can't shut up about it]
  • Franchisees are the next mass default wave (WSJ)
  • Goldman cutting Japan Research Team (Bloomberg)
  • Man Group lures Goldman Head of Middle-East strategy Youssef Kabbaj (WSJ)
  • Dollar keeps rising against Yen due to perceived role as lesser of all evils (Bloomberg)
  • Millions of Sir Stanford's assets still unfrozen, including 120 yacht and $7.7 million mansion (Reuters)
Sphere: Related Content
Print this post