Thursday, May 21, 2009

Frontrunning: May 21

  • Continuing jobless claims hit new record high at 6.7 million (AP)
  • U.K. may lose AAA rating as debt/GDP passes 100% (Bloomberg)
  • Chrysler says dealers face elimination if sale isn't approved (WSJ)
  • Dark pool market-share battle intensifies (WSJ)
  • Necessity or luxury? Please redefine (WaPo)
  • Thought provoking Bloomberg headline: LIBOR drops by most in more than two months as recession eases (Bloomberg)
  • And compare to this one: Stock futures drop on recovery and UK jitters (Reuters)
  • Can we end the recession simply by trading higher? (Newsweek)
  • McClatchy plans debt exchange at deep discount (WSJ)
  • Why not negative interest rates? (The American)
  • Can Ken Lewis keep his job? (BusinessWeek)
  • David Rosenberg interview on BTV (Bloomberg, hat tip Root)
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