Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Frontrunning: June 17

  • William Pesek: Suitcase with $134 billion puts dollar on edge (Bloomberg, hat tip Mike)
  • No inflation: CPI rises less than forecast in May (Bloomberg)
  • Mortgage applications fell 16% last week (Bloomberg)
  • Current account trade deficit drops 34.5% to $101.5 billion (AP)
  • FedEx reports larger loss, gives low outlook (Reuters)
  • Fed weighing using FOMC statement to damp rate-rise speculation (Bloomberg)
  • Obama to limit fed lending power, grant systemic role (Bloomberg)
  • Checkmate at the Yellowstone Club (NYT, which seems to read ZH a lot)
  • Goldman Sachs to repay $10 billion in government funds as the market starts to roll over (AP)
  • Sorry Krugman - stimulus does not stimulate (Forbes)
  • Foreign banks are stalking a weaker Wall Street (NYT)
  • GoldmanSachs666 status update (GS666)
  • Moody's says it may downgrade bank subordinated debt (Bloomberg)
  • Obama aspires to "light touch" (WSJ)
  • S&P 500 - What's priced in? (Value Expectations)
  • ...As the U.K.'s "light touch" is set to get heavier (WSJ)
  • U.S. Dollar: the good, the bad, and the ugly (Merk)
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