Monday, May 11, 2009

Frontrunning: May 11

  • Capital One, U.S. Bancorp, BB&T to sell shares in the induced squeeze (Bloomberg)
  • HSBC says 2009 to be tough as U.S. bad debts rise (Bloomberg)
  • Latvian economy in rapid decline (BBC)
  • The risks of denying reality (Financial Armageddon)
  • GMAC to receive $7.5 billion from taxpayers next week (Reuters)
  • Bullish spirit may lack legs for the long run (Times Online)
  • Clear Channel one step closer to bankruptcy (WSJ)
  • Pesek: Irrational exuberance 3.0 is oozing into market (Bloomberg)
  • Should Ben Bernanke cool it? (Weekly Standard)
  • Burns: Is America about to go broke? (MSN)
  • Recession Culture: The impact on New York (NY Mag)
  • Visualizing New York subway trends (Infectious Greed)
  • Samuelson: Addressing overseas tax dodge questions (RCM)

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