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The Fed is right to focus on providing liquidity FT / George Magnus

Hoping Against Hope for No Signs of Life Lew Rockwell / Karen Kwiatkowski

Palin (and news of pregnant daughter) steals GOP convention spotlight Christian Science Monitor / Peter Grier

Thrown Out of Business Washington Post / Anita Huslin

Commerzbank buys ailing Dresdner BBC News

The United States in the International Financial System: A Separate Reality? Resolving Two Puzzles in the International Accounts Federal Reserve Board / Randall S. Kroszner

Central Banks: Changing Markets - Changing Mandates pdf Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City / Thomas M. Hoenig

Fed's response to crisis hurt its key role: Hoenig Reuters

Fed's Hoenig Says Institutions Must Be Allowed to `Fail' Bloomberg / Anthony Massucci and Bill Faries

Subprime-Mortgage Loss Indexes Not `Good Predictors,' BIS Says Bloomberg / Warren Giles

Debt Sales Triple in Second Quarter, BIS Report Says Bloomberg / Shelley Smith

Bonds Adjusting to Lower Growth Outlook, BIS Says Bloomberg / Lukanyo Mnyanda

Gustav hits U.S. economy CNN / Chris Isidore

A weaker than expected Gustav loses its grip on energy prices; crude resumes its fall AP via Orlando Sentinel / John Porretto

Google takes aim at Microsoft with new Web browser AP via Houston Chronicle / Michael Liedtke

Oil drops after Gustav makes impact CNN / David Goldman

Gold under pressure as oil falls, dollar rises Reuters via Globe and Mail / Humeyra Pamuk

This is a man's world The Economist

Hedge funds face struggle for survival Globe and Mail / Lori McLeod and Andrew Willis

Sale of Dresdner Bank to cost thousands of jobs AP via San Francisco Chronicle / Matt Moore

ECB May Keep Rates at 7-Year High as Recession Looms Bloomberg / Gabi Thesing

Pound makes record fall on Darling blunder London Times / Dearbail Jordan


Counting Writedowns Replaces Deals Won as Wall Street's Ritual Bloomberg / Yalman Onaran

McCain More Likely to Drop Palin, Bookmakers Say Bloomberg / Mark Deen

McCain shapes a maverick GOP convention Christian Science Monitor / Peter Grier

Alcohol sales up in down economy, reports say AP via Lansing State Journal / Adam Geller

Consumers can predict inflation like pros, study shows AP via Lansing State Journal / Eileen AJ Connelly

Oil slides as global economic outlook dims AP via Globe and Mail / Stevenson Jacobs

Dollar pares gains as oil bounces back Marketwatch / William L. Watts & Lisa Twaronite

Retailers slash prices, but at what cost? AP via Houston Chronicle / Anne D’Innocenzio

Obama Maintains Post-Convention Poll Lead Over McCain Bloomberg / Nicholas Johnston

Oil closes with 5% loss after limited Gustav damage Marketwatch / Polya Lesova and Myra P. Saefong

Gains Slip Away In Midday Trade Investors Business Daily / Vincent Mao

U.S. stocks turn mostly lower; energy sector weighs Marketwatch / Kate Gibson

Marts Seem To Be Setting Us Up For Another Fall NY Post / John Crudele

U.S. 10Y note yield falls to lowest since May Reuters

Chatty Alan Fortune via CNN / Allan Sloan

Three of 12 Fed district banks sought higher rates in Aug. Marketwatch / Greg Robb

U.S. Fed policy-makers' recent comments Reuters

How J.P. Morgan steered clear of the credit crunch Fortune via CNN / Shawn Tully

Gold tumbles $25 in commodities sell-off Marketwatch / Moming Zhou

Demand fall could send oil below $100 after Gustav Reuters / Matthew Robinson

Housing stabilization will lead the overall recovery Marketwatch / Irwin Kellner

Cheaper Oil Pumps Street Forbes / Steve Schaefer

More elderly Americans being forced into bankruptcy AP via South Florida Sun Sentinel / Matt Sedensky

Review and Preview Morgan Stanley / Ted Wiseman

Whistleblower Says Dealers `Laundered' Bond Prices Bloomberg / Joe Mysak

Paulson Asked to Spurn Rubin's TIPS Favored by Pimco, Vanguard Bloomberg / Sandra Hernandez

Morgan Stanley's Roach Says Economic Slump Has Only Just Begun Bloomberg / Fergal O'Brien and Carol Massar

U.S. Manufacturing Shrank in August, ISM Index Shows Bloomberg / Bob Willis

Tuesday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

Stocks rally as oil slumps CNN

When Sorrows Come The Economist via

Oil falls towards $107 as Gustav fades Reuters / Jane Merriman

Oil slides toward $100 a barrel BBC News

Dollar Bears' Mea Culpa Makes Bernanke No Liability Bloomberg / Bo Nielsen and Ye Xie

Here Are Five Things Democrats Won't Tell You Bloomberg / Caroline Baum

CA: Secondhand shops now often are first choice LA Times / Don Bartletti

Using Nest Eggs Before Maturity Washington Post / Nancy Trejos

Will pocketbooks pick the president? Christian Science Monitor / David R. Francis

Despite GOP Convention Site, Midwest Unlikely to Be Crucial Washington Post / Juliet Eilperin

Radical gold bugs say manipulation will fail Marketwatch / Peter Brimelow

Oil Industry Waits to Assess Storm's Impact Washington Post / Steven Mufson

Early indications of which sectors will lead next bull market Marketwatch / Mark Hulbert

Heed the cycle or follow the trend? Marketwatch / Kelley Wright

Asian Stocks Advance, Led by Korea Electric, Qantas; BHP Drops Bloomberg / Chen Shiyin and Kanoko Matsuyama

Scramble for cash as central banks dry up London Times / Patrick Hosking

UK: Early indications of which sectors will lead next bull market Independent / Jeremy Warner

Oil Trades Near 4-Month Low on Reduced Concern of Storm Damage Bloomberg / Margot Habiby and Gavin Evans

Dollar Rises to Six-Month High Against Euro as Oil Price Drops Bloomberg / Stanley White

Australia May Cut Rate for First Time Since 2001, Signal More Bloomberg / Jacob Greber


Palin makes her case to GOP convention, nation Marketwatch / Russ Britt, Robert Schroeder and Kristen Gerencher

Implications of a Credit Crunch Federal Reserve Bank of Boston / Eric S. Rosengren

KC Fed district bucks weak economic conditions AP via Kansas City Star / Jeannine Aversa

Rosengren: Unemployment will rise as credit crunch spreads Boston Herald / Jay Fitzgerald

Freddie Mac debt sale shows fears easing AP via Baltimore Sun

In the Eye of the Storm Euro Pacific via Safehaven / John Browne

Mortgage Applications Increase In Latest MBA Weekly Survey Mortgage Bankers Association

Stock Market Bears Ready to Strike in September Wall Street Window via Safehaven / Michael Swanson

New Orleans Levees, Secure After Gustav, May Fail Bigger Test Bloomberg / Jerry Hart

Beige Book Federal Reserve Board

Economy `Slow' in Most of U.S., Fed's Beige Book Says Bloomberg / Scott Lanman

Fed: Economy struggles, prices remain high AP via CNN

Interest-Rate Swaption Volatility Tumbles as Rates Seen Steady Bloomberg / Liz Capo McCormick

Most automakers see sales fall in August, but executives say worst of slump may have passed AP via Chicago Tribune / Tom Krisher

JPMorgan to Close Down Its Muni Rate Swaps Business Bloomberg / Martin Z. Braun

Treasury 10- and 30-Year Securities Gain on Inflation Outlook Bloomberg / Dakin Campbell and Daniel Kruger

The second browser war The Economist

Ford sales plunge CNN

Costco, Penney, Kohl's Set Tone For Weak August Sales Dow Jones via CNN

Staples Profit Drops 16% AP via NY Times

The Odds For Obama, Biden, Palin And McCain Forbes / Joshua Zumbrun

U.S. Economy: Factory Orders Rose More Than Forecast in July Bloomberg / Timothy R. Homan

In Florida, wages don't match cost of living Miami Herald / Scott Andron

What a waste The Economist

Eurozone economy shrinks by 0.2% BBC News

Companies hack away at jobs CNN / Kenneth Musante

Summer job-cut announcements at 6-yr. high: Challenger Marketwatch / Ruth Mantell

U.S. economy, markets may be in denial LA Times via Chicago Tribune / Tom Petruno

Wednesday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

Corning lowers 3Q earnings, sales outlook AP via Seattle Post Intelligencer / Ben Dorbin

Walgreens same-store sales have softer August Chicago Tribune

Get ready for a September to remember Marketwatch / Todd Harrison

The Road to a Bailout They Don't Deserve Washington Post / Steven Pearlstein

MA: Home seizures surge Boston Herald / Jerry Kronenberg

Dollar Gains Strength Against Euro As European Economies Shrink Bloomberg via Washington Post / Ye Xie and Agnes Lovasz

Korea Won Falls Below 1,150 for 1st Time Since 2004; Bonds Gain Bloomberg / Kim Kyoungwha and Judy Chen

Treasuries Decline as Stocks Gain, Oil Drop Sap Demand for Debt Bloomberg / Aaron Pan

Despite Lower Oil Prices, Little Relief for Consumers NY Times / Louis Uchitelle and Michael M. Grynbaum

Commodities Trade Near Five-Month Low After Energy-Led Slump Bloomberg / Chanyaporn Chanjaroen

Gordon Brown: Living on borrowed time? Telegraph / Edmund Conway and Andrew Porter

Australia's Economic Growth Slows to 0.3% on Spending Bloomberg / Jacob Greber



Fight with me to renew America, McCain asks Marketwatch / Rex Nutting

Text of John McCain's acceptance speech Marketwatch

McCain Vows to Change Washington and Shake Up His Own Party Bloomberg / Ken Fireman and Catherine Dodge

SIFMA Supports Retaining References to Credit Ratings in Regulations SIFMA

Rates on 30-year mortgages decline to the lowest level since mid-July, other rates also down AP via Chicago Tribune / Martin Crutsinger

Ill wind may blow in August employment report Marketwatch / Greg Robb

No job turnaround on horizon CNN / Chris Isidore

Study finds that workers will pay more for health care as employers pass on costs AP via Newsday / Candice Choi

U.S. to free Up 1.9 million acres for oil shale Bloomberg via Houston Chronicle

The U.S. Economic Situation and the Challenges for Monetary Policy Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco / Janet L. Yellen

Fed officials differ on inflation outlook Marketwatch / Greg Robb

Fed's Yellen Sees `Substantial' Risks to U.S. Growth Bloomberg / Scott Lanman and Steve Matthews

Bears Maul Markets Forbes / Steve Schaefer

Stocks drop sharply on economic, financial woes Marketwatch / Kate Gibson and Nick Godt

Sinking Yahoo: Shares drop to nearly 5-year low AP via San Francisco Chronicle / Michael Liedtke

Florida Real Estate Bottom Signaled by Sale of Distressed Condo Bloomberg / Bob Ivry

Oil operations resume, but storms on the horizon AP via Washington Post / John Porretto

An American Margaret Thatcher? Forbes / Michael Barone

Palin draws more than 37 million viewers Marketwatch / David B. Wilkerson

Not as wretched as the doomsters claim; but reviving the British economy will take time The Economist

Faced with big penalties, carmakers are improving efficiency The Economist

There's a Bull Market Somewhere? Pimco / Bill Gross

Pimco’s Gross calls for broad housing rescue Fortune via CNN / Colin Barr

Credit Spreads Widen Despite Signs of Recovery NY Sun / Liz Peek

Treasury prices rise as investors flee stocks AP via Houston Chronicle / Madlen Read

Why the Fed cuts haven't worked CNN / Paul R. La Monica

Stocks tumble on recession fears CNN / Alexandra Twin

Indexes Head Lower On Firm Volume Investors Business Daily / Alan R. Elliott

Stocks Plummet on Jobs, Retail / Mark Glassman

A Different Type of Downturn Morgan Stanley / Joachim Fels

Oil down on lower-than-expected US gas supplies AP via Houston Chronicle / Stevenson Jacobs

Fed, ECB Must Unplug Markets From Life Support Bloomberg / Mark Gilbert

U.S. Must Buy Assets to Prevent `Tsunami,' Gross Says Bloomberg / Jody Shenn

Treasurys on the rise after employment data Marketwatch / Deborah Levine

Thursday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

U.S. Stocks Slump on Rise in Jobless Claims; Caterpillar Drops Bloomberg / Lynn Thomasson

Wal-Mart Sales Rise on Back-to-School; Target Falls Bloomberg / Heather Burke

Productivity up strongly while labor costs dip AP via Forbes / Martin Crutsinger

ADP Says U.S. Companies Cut 33,000 Jobs in August Bloomberg / Courtney Schlisserman

The Counterintuitive Commercial Real Estate Market / Marie Leone

Mansion Price Drops $7 Million; Bentley Offered on Luxury Homes Bloomberg / Dan Levy

Decoding Obama's tax claim CNN / Jeanne Sahadi

Palin Blasts `Washington Elite,' Praises McCain and Vows Change Bloomberg / Ken Fireman and Catherine Dodge

Crude futures mark time ahead of supply data Marketwatch / Polya Lesova

ECB, Bank of England keep interest rates unchanged AP via Houston Chronicle / George Frey

Recessions and Career Opportunities Lew Rockwell / Gary North

Workers to pay more for health care Washington Post / Candice Choi

Dines sees pessimism as reason to be optimistic Marketwatch / Peter Brimelow

The man McCain didn't pick / Louis Jacobson

Obama-Biden, McCain-Palin, and the experience question Christian Science Monitor / John Hughes

Recessionary forces are bringing the oil price back to reality, despite China Independent / Jeremy Warner

U.S. Economy Remains Weak, Fed Finds Washington Post / Neil Irwin

OPEC to Pump Record Amounts of Crude as $109 Oil Stunts Growth Bloomberg / Grant Smith and Ayesha Daya

Oil steady in Asia ahead of US inventory report AP via Washington Post / Alex Kennedy

ECB May Leave Key Rate at Seven-Year High to Fight Inflation Bloomberg / Simone Meier

UK: Families hit by huge rise in cost of food London Times / Gráinne Gilmore

UK: The clouds may not be as dark as the OECD thinks, but not by much Independent / Hamish McRae

Economy Stays Stuck as Consumers Cut Back NY Times / Michael M. Grynbaum

Treasuries May Fall as Japanese Funds Prepare for Repatriation Bloomberg / Ron Harui

Gold Price May Gain 10% on Indian Wedding Season, JPMorgan Says Bloomberg / Jesse Riseborough

Sales Decline 20%, but G.M. Sees a Bright Spot NY Times / Nick Bunkley

Bank of England likely to hold interest rates as prices jump Bloomberg / Angela Monaghan

Korea Won Climbs From Weakest in Four Years on Kang's Remarks Bloomberg / Kim Kyoungwha and Judy Chen


Down the Rabbit Hole Euro Pacific via Safehaven / Peter Schiff

Summer Reading: New Research in Applied Microeconomics Conference Summary Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco / Mark Doms

Boeing negotiations break down, strike set for midnight Chicago Tribune / Julie Johnsson

ETF Bubble Trouble? Hahn via Safehaven / Tyler Mordy

Soybeans tumble as dollar gains ground on euro AP via Seattle Post Intelligencer / Stevenson Jacobs

Washington's Fannie And Freddie Plan: Why Now? Forbes / Liz Moyer and Maurna Desmond

McCain Attracts Record TV Audience, Tops Obama, Palin Bloomberg / Andy Fixmer

McCain on Obama: Hey, big spender CNN / Jeanne Sahadi

US rules out new economic package BBC News

Postpone the optimism The Economist

U.S. Mortgage Foreclosures, Delinquencies Reach Highs Bloomberg / Kathleen M. Howley

Real US Housing Losses Are $6 Trillion Great Retirement Experiment via Safehaven / Daniel Amerman

Payroll Data Depresses Equities / Mark Glassman

Tyson Reduced to Junk / Stephen Taub

Gold futures turn lower as dollar pares losses, oil falls Marketwatch / Myra P. Saefong

Oil Falls to Five-Month Low on Dollar Gain, U.S. Jobless Rate Bloomberg / Mark Shenk

No Hope for a Sensible Energy Policy Daily Standard / Irwin M. Stelzer

McCain and Obama clash on economy Reuters / John Whitesides

Magic, Mumbo-Jumbo Were Used to Sell Muniland Swaps Bloomberg / Joe Mysak

Friday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

Stocks open lower after disappointing job data AP via Seattle Post Intelligencer / Tim Paradis

Global stock markets still jumpy BBC News

U.S. Payrolls Fell 84,000; Jobless Rate Jumps to 6.1% Bloomberg / Shobhana Chandra

Jobless rate at 5-year high Reuters

Jobless rate soars to 6.1% CNN / Chris Isidore

Stores brace for slow holidays as shoppers focus on basics AP via Tennessean / Anne D’Innocenzio and Wendy Lee

Oil falls ahead of OPEC meeting AP via Augusta Journal / Pablo Gorondi

Here Are Five Things Republicans Won't Tell You Bloomberg / Caroline Baum

Greenspan: Don't use Fed as a 'magical piggy bank' AP via NY Daily News / Jeannine Aversa

Treasuries Rise, Heading for Biggest Weekly Gain in Six Months Bloomberg / Ron Harui

A Con Game In Pinstripes Washington Post / Steven Pearlstein

Lehman Weighs Split to Rid Itself of Troubling Loans NY Times / Ben White and Jenny Anderson

How partisan is the stock market? Marketwatch / Mark Hulbert

Dow plunges after warning of 'financial tsunami' London Times / Tom Bawden

Gold weighed by dollar and oil, but finds support Reuters via Guardian / Chikafumi Hodo

As Oil Prices Fall, OPEC Faces a Balancing Act NY Times / Jad Mouawad

Euro Slides to 11-Month Low Versus Dollar on Recession Risks Bloomberg / Stanley White

Australian, New Zealand Dollars Slump to 2-Year Lows Versus Yen Bloomberg / Lilian Karunungan and Chris Young

China’s Central Bank Is Short of Capital NY Times / Keith Bradsher


US government takes control of Fannie and Freddie FT / Saskia Scholtes and James Politi

Congressman confirms gov't intervention for mortgage firms Marketwatch

Why the dollar is hot again LA Times / Tom Petruno

It's no conspiracy: Gold is just priced right Globe and Mail / Brian Miller

Gas prices fall for sixth straight day CNN

Jobless rate up, signals 'R' word Chicago Tribune / James P. Miller

9% of home loans in trouble AP via Chicago Tribune

IL: Out of work? More trouble is lining up Chicago Tribune / Greg Burns

Seasonal disorder: It's time to avoid the markets Globe and Mail / Rob Carrick

2nd Walkout at Boeing in 3 Years NY Times / Micheline Maynard

Bush Urges Expanded Oil-Drilling Vote Before Election Bloomberg / Roger Runningen and Avram Goldstein

Obama hits McCain on Social Security Washington Post / Charles Babington and Terrence Hunt

Regulators close down Nevada's Silver State Bank Marketwatch

'The Worst Economic Downturn In 60 Years' Lew Rockwell / Gary North

Rate of Delinquent Mortgages Hits Record Washington Post / Dina ElBoghdady

Democrats Seek 2nd Round of Stimulus Washington Post / Lori Montgomery

UK: FTSE 100 suffers worst week in six years Telegraph / Edmund Conway

Asian Stocks Post Biggest Weekly Slump in 13 Months; BHP Drops Bloomberg / Chen Shiyin

Asian Currencies Fall in Week, Led by Won, on Capital Outflows Bloomberg / Anil Varma and Kim Kyoungwha




US Economy Confounding the Economic Pundits Brookes News via Safehaven / Gerard Jackson

Depression Error NY Post / Sandra Lea Abrams

Municipal bonds' quiet ride may get shaky NY Times via Cincinnati Enquirer / Gretchen Morgenson

Bailout looks good, but time will tell Marketwatch

The wealthy turn frugal Miami Herald / Rochelle Broder-Singer

Taxpayers take on trillions in risk in Fannie, Freddie takeover USA Today / Stephanie Armour and James R. Healey

Google's next 10-year test: Growth without backlash AP via Kansas City Star / Michael Liedtke

Asian central banks among winners in Fannie and Freddie shift International Herald Tribune / Vikas Bajaj and Keith Bradsher

UK: Bank must hold interest rates and ignore panicking politicians Telegraph / Liam Halligan

Central Banks: Changing Markets – Changing Mandates Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City / Thomas M. Hoenig

Statement by Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben S. Bernanke Federal Reserve Board

U.S. seizes Fannie and Freddie CNN / David Ellis

Government takes over Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac CNN / Alan Zibel and Martin Crutsinger

Paulson Statement on U.S. Action on Fannie, Freddie: Text Bloomberg / Craig Torres

Stores scale back for Christmas Cincinnati Enquirer / John Eckberg

Retail Sales Excluding Cars Probably Fell: U.S. Economy Preview Bloomberg / Courtney Schlisserman

Unemployment Rates, Recession Periods and Stock Market Prices Seeking Alpha / Naveen Musunuru

Late Summer Dollar Revival Hitting Investors Hard NY Post / Terry Keenan

Banks save their best rates for electronic accounts Tennessean / Naomi Snyder

Why the Bear Is Alive and Well US News and World Report via NY Times / Paul J. Lim

Mortgage Giant Overstated the Size of Its Capital Base NY Times / Gretchen Morgenson and Charles Duhigg

UK: Bank must hold interest rates and ignore panicking politicians Telegraph / Liam Halligan


Bond-issue Volume Plunges in August / Stephen Taub

Oil Falls as Minister Comments Signal OPEC Won't Cut Output Bloomberg / Mark Shenk

Fannie And Freddie: What Next? Forbes / Steve Forbes

Drano it's not Marketwatch / Irwin Kellner

Upside volume in Monday's rally was disappointing Marketwatch / Mark Hulbert

Dell buys $100 million of Dell Fortune via CNN / Scott Moritz

States' jobless funds shrink USA Today / Dennis Cauchon

The economy's uncertain outlook Daily Standard / Irwin M. Stelzer

Gallup Daily: Consumer Confidence Gallup Daily

Paulsons Quick Draw Euro Pacific via Safehaven / Peter Schiff

McCain Gets Boost in Support Out of Convention, Surveys Show Bloomberg / Nicholas Johnston

Face-off ahead on offshore drilling ban Christian Science Monitor / Gail Russell Chaddock

Fisher Plays Down Fed Role in Fan-Fred Wall Street Journal

Treasuries Gain on Concern Takeover Won't Halt Economic Slide Bloomberg / Sandra Hernandez and Daniel Kruger

Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae Bailout Lowers Mortgage Rates Bloomberg / Kathleen M. Howley

A $75 trillion fright fest Maarketwatch / Paul B. Farrell

Consumer borrowing: Weakest in 7 months AP via CNN

Boeing sees no impact from strike on defense orders Reuters / Andrea Shalal-Esa

Fannie’s preferred bloodbath Fortune via Forbes / Colin Barr

Dow gains nearly 300 on Fannie/Freddie bailout AP via Houston Chronicle / Tim Paradis

U.S. Stocks Rise, Joining Global Rally, on Fannie, Freddie Plan Bloomberg / Elizabeth Stanton

It's a hard time to get new credit San Francisco Chronicle / Sam Zuckerman

Monday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

Foreign Holdings of US Agencies and the Dollar Morgan Stanley / Stephen Jen

Pimco: US GSEs debt spreads over Treasuries to narrow Reuters

Treasuries Fall After U.S. Takes Control of Fannie, Freddie Bloomberg / Sandra Hernandez and Dakin Campbell

SEC `Missed Opportunity' to Save Auction-Rate Buyers Bloomberg / Michael McDonald and David Scheer

White House: GSE rescue protects financial system Reuters

Federal Reserve Events Reuters

Gold pares gains as crude turns lower, dollar rallies Marketwatch / Moming Zhou

`Overvalued' Pound to Fall 20% as Darling Despairs Bloomberg / Lukanyo Mnyanda and Bo Nielsen

Dollar up after Fannie, Freddie rescue Marketwatch / William L. Watts and Deborah Levine

Accidents will happen The Economist

U.S. Stocks Jump, Joining Global Rally, on Fannie, Freddie Plan Bloomberg / Elizabeth Stanton

Suffering a seizure The Economist

Fannie, Freddie stock in nose dive CNN / David Ellis

Output Without Income Is Like a `Virgin Birth' Bloomberg / Caroline Baum

Like Pauline, Economy Faces Perils, Doesn't Die Bloomberg / John M. Berry

Oil tops $109 a barrel AP via Globe and Mail / Adam Schreck

Dollar climbs after mortgage bailout AP via CNN

Washington Mutual ousts longtime CEO AP via Houston Chronicle

Politicians Did This NY Post / John Crudele

McCain, Obama Need to Talk About the `D' Word Bloomberg / John F. Wasik

U.K. August Producer Prices Drop Most in 22 Years Bloomberg / Svenja O'Donnell

U.S. financial crisis spreads toward your wallet Christian Science Monitor / David R. Francis

US banks face losses after giant mortgage bail-out Independent / Stephen Foley

Lehman Shuffles Top Management for Third Time in Four Months Bloomberg / Yalman Onaran

Treasuries Tumble After U.S. Takes Control of Fannie, Freddie Bloomberg / Wes Goodman

Mortgage Bonds May Rally, Rates Fall After Treasury GSE Seizure Bloomberg / Jody Shenn

Unraveling according to schedule Marketwatch / Peter Brimelow

JGBs tumble as Treasuries hit by Fannie, Freddie takeover Reuters via Guardian

As Crisis Grew, a Few Options Shrank to One NY Times / Charles Duhigg, Stephen Labaton and Andrew Ross Sorkin

McCain Is `Tied or Behind' in Swing States He Needs for Victory Bloomberg / Michael Tackett

Fannie and Freddie: why the takeover Christian Science Monitor / Mark Trumbull

U.S. Takeover of Fannie, Freddie Offers `Stopgap' for Mortgages Bloomberg / Rebecca Christie and John Brinsley

OPEC to Pump at Near Record Level as High Prices Stunt Growth Bloomberg / Grant Smith and Ayesha Daya

With economy slow, Canada to hold early elections Christian Science Monitor / Susan Bourette

Yen Declines After U.S. Government Takes Over Fannie, Freddie Bloomberg / Stanley White


Review and Preview Morgan Stanley / Ted Wiseman

GSE Rescue Plan: Market and Economic Implications Morgan Stanley / Dick Berner, Jim Caron, George Goncalves, David Greenlaw, Janaki Rao and Vishwanath Tirupattur

University attendance is growing The Economist

Remarks on historically black colleges and universities Federal Reserve board / Ben S. Bernanke

Feeling for the Bottom / Tim Reason

Exec: Gold's shine to improve Denver Post / Steve Raabe

Bernanke Has Kept His Helicopters Grounded...So Far Speculative Investor via Safehaven / Steve Saville

Dollar retakes some lost ground vs. rivals Marketwatch / Lisa Twaronite and William L. Watts

Lehman sinks 45 percent on capital worries Reuters / Jonathan Stempel

N.Y. Oil Falls, Brent Drops Below $100, as OPEC Signals No Cuts Bloomberg / Mark Shenk

Stocks end lower as fresh concerns over fate of Lehman Brothers rattles investors AP via Chicago Tribune

U.S. Stocks Tumble as Lehman Brothers Rattles Banking Shares Bloomberg / Elizabeth Stanton

Tuesday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

Mortgages should get cheaper, but who is buying a house? Globe and Mail / Barrie McKenna

U.S. Stocks Drop, Led by Energy, Mining Companies; Lehman Falls Bloomberg / Elizabeth Stanton

Federal deficit to soar to $407 billion CNN / Jeanne Sahadi

The subprime fiasco has put corporate credit-ratings on thin ice / Alix Stuart

Whistleblower Offers Tips on Bond-Premium Laundering Bloomberg / Joe Mysak

US Treasury credit default swaps hit record wide-CMA Reuters

Treasurys little changed as market weighs bailout Marketwatch / Deborah Levine

U.S. Pending Home Resales Decline More Than Forecast Bloomberg / Timothy R. Homan

Wachovia Names Zwiener as CFO / Stephen Taub

Oil dips as Ike weakens, OPEC mulls holding steady AP via Houston Chronicle / Adam Schreck

Glum outlook on jobs Marketwatch / Andrea Coombes

Fannie, Freddie rescue binds taxpayers to housing market Christian Science Monitor / Mark Trumbull

Big Payments Are Expected in Credit Default Swaps Reuters via NY Times

As Rates Dip, Calls to Banks Pick Up Washington Post / Dina ElBoghdady and Renae Merle

Dollar rides GSE rescue momentum, scales one-year peak Reuters via Guardian

Yen Rises on Speculation Stock Declines to Curb Carry Trades Bloomberg / Stanley White and Ron Harui

Australia Dollar Falls After Home Loans; N.Z. Dollar Declines Bloomberg / Candice Zachariahs and Tracy Withers

Australian Business Confidence Holds Near 7-Year Low Bloomberg / Jacob Greber



Fuld again The Economist

Report points to influence of 'dark markets' on oil price spike McClatchy via Houston Chronicle / Kevin G. Hall

Homeownership Mission Vulnerable After Rescue Washington Post / Binyamin Appelbaum and Renae Merle

Air Force Has Boeing's Back Forbes / Lisa LaMotta

Gallup Daily: U.S. Job Market Gallup

Mortgage Applications Increase In Latest MBA Weekly Survey Mortgage Bankers Association

MBA: Commercial/Multifamily Mortgage Delinquency Rates Up Slightly; Still Performing Well Mortgage Bankers Association

Yen may gain even in face of dollar strength Marketwatch / Lisa Twaronite

Brazil's central bank lifts interest rate to 13.75% Marketwatch / Carla Mozee

Dollar rebounds vs. rivals; rallies vs. euro Marketwatch / William L. Watts and Lisa Twaronite

Fed's next move could be to lower rates CNN / Chris Isidore

Companies paying up to issue more debt Marketwatch / Deborah Levine

Fannie’s borrowing costs plunge Fortune via CNN / Colin Barr

Fannie Mae sells record $7B in two-year debt AP via USA Today

Credit Lines in Jeopardy / Vincent Ryan and Avital Louria Hahn

U.S. stock indexes rise on energy sector revival Marketwatch / Kate Gibson

Vegas Strip gambling revenue falls for 7th straight month Bloomberg via Houston Chronicle

The real reason commodities are tumbling Globe and Mail / John Heinzl

UK's trade gap narrows slightly BBC News

Ex-Fed Poole-Nonfinance firms may seek Fed loans Reuters

Treasuries Drop as Lehman Asset-Sale Plan Erodes Haven Demand Bloomberg / Sandra Hernandez

Lehman: Too big to fail? CNN / Paul R. La Monica

OPEC's Tedious Numbers Game Forbes / Lionel Laurent

Mortgage rates plummet, but borrowers beware CNN / Les Christie

Stocks gain after Lehman news CNN / Alexandra Twin

Congress weighs $25 billion for auto industry LA Times via Baltimore Sun / Richard Simon and Maura Reynolds

China is the main source of immigrants to rich countries The Economist

Bond Traders Lose `One-Night Stands' in Credit-Market Seizure Bloomberg / Gabrielle Coppola and Caroline Salas

Wednesday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

Fed Bailout Will Leave Us All On Our Fannies NY Post / John Crudele

Lehman posts large loss, cuts dividend Reuters

Lehman On Precipice After Results Miss Forbes / Parmy Olson

Old Mutual faces further write-downs; CEO quits Marketwatch / Simon Kennedy

OPEC Can't Halt Oil's Fall Forbes / Lionel Laurent

Oil Investors Pulled $39 Billion in Futures Contracts Bloomberg / Daniel Whitten

Oil rises on Opec production curb BBC News

OPEC is behind the curve Marketwatch

MA: Homeowners with good credit get hit by downturn Boston Herald / Jerry Kronenberg

Mortgage applications rose 9.5% last week: MBA Marketwatch / Amy Hoak

Federal Mortgage Success Stories NY Times / Eric Dash

McCain Poll Surge, Fundraising Give Democrats Election Jitters Bloomberg / Heidi Przybyla


Texans Scramble to Evacuate Coast as Hurricane Ike Approaches Bloomberg / Brian K. Sullivan

Central Bank Treasury Holdings Rise to Record, Agencies Fall Bloomberg / Daniel Kruger

Dollar rises against yen in late trading AP via Forbes

Oil closes in on $100 a barrel Reuters via Globe and Mail / Richard Valdmanis

Lehman in the red zone Fortune via CNN / Roddy Boyd

Lehman stock falls 25 percent to new low after-hours Reuters

Lehman's Bad Deal Forbes / Liz Moyer

Canada's trade surplus shrinks Globe and Mail / John Partridge

The outlook is deteriorating even for the best-performing firms, let alone the troubled ones The Economist

One-third of U.S. CEOs to cut payrolls AP via Globe and Mail / Jeannine Aversa

Another Day, Another Meltdown For Financials Forbes / Liz Moyer

The next bubble: pessimism CNN / Paul R. La Monica

What happens if a major bank fails? San Francisco Chronicle / Kathleen Pender

Lehman Shares Plummet After Analysts Cite Rating Risk Bloomberg / Josh Fineman and Joyce Moullakis

US Budget and Treasury Financing Outlook: Not a Pretty Picture, but Manageable Morgan Stanley / David Greenlaw and Ted Wieseman

Moody's Loses Credibility; Muni Ranks Mean No Savings Bloomberg / Jeremy R. Cooke and Darrell Preston

Treasurys rise as financial woes hit stocks Marketwatch / Nick Godt

Lehman survival questioned; scramble to sell assets Reuters / Patrick M. Fitzgibbons

Oil falls toward $100 on dollar, demand Reuters / Ikuko Kao

Stock plunge adds to pressure on AIG Fortune via CNN / Colin Barr

Stocks Flat on Lehman, Data / Mark Glassman

NV: Priciest of homes not immune to crunch time Las Vegas Sun / Brian Wargo

Of Public and Private Virtues and Vices Morgan Stanley / Joachim Fels and Manoj Pradhan

Pointing the finger The Economist

Gold falls for ninth day as dollar rises vs. euro Marketwatch / Moming Zhou

Junk Time Forbes / Daniel Fisher and Matthew Craft

Lehman One-Year Default Swaps Trading at 11% Upfront, CMA Says Bloomberg / Abigail Moses

Fannie, Freddie Get Bigger Before They Shrink Bloomberg / Caroline Baum

U.S. trade gap widens to $62.2 billion in July on oil Reuters / Doug Palmer

Federal Reserve Events Reuters

Thursday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

U.S. Stocks Decline as Lehman Tumbles for Fourth Straight Day Bloomberg / Elizabeth Stanton

Henry Paulson, Why Scare My Mother? Bloomberg / Mark Gilbert

McCain, Obama Couldn't Pass FDR's Econ 101 Class Bloomberg / Susan Antilla

Mortgage rates are plunging -- for those who qualify LA Times via Newsday / E. Scott Reckard

Another bull goes over to the bears Marketwatch / Peter Brimelow

The US economy tells us the election is too close to call Telegraph / Tom Stevenson

Lehman Retools In Bid for Recovery Washington Post / Heather Landy

Next president faces swelling U.S. debt Christian Science Monitor / Gail Russell Chaddock

Treasuries Little Changed; Yields May Damp Demand at Auction Bloomberg / Wes Goodman

We have learned to live with $100, and cheap oil is not in our interest Independent / Hamish McRae

Dollar Rises to Highest in Almost a Year as Commodities Decline Bloomberg / Ron Harui and Stanley White

Oil bounces $1 higher, weighing Ike vs dollar Reuters via Guardian

Asian Stocks Decline to Lowest Since June 2006; Banks Retreat Bloomberg / Kyung Bok Cho and Motoko Kakizaki

EU predicts Britain is on course for recession by year's end Independent / Sean O’Grady

Japan Machine Orders Fall 3.9%, Second Monthly Drop Bloomberg / Jason Clenfield

Australian Employment Rises 14,600; Jobless Rate Down Bloomberg / Jacob Greber

Bollard Cuts N.Z.'s Key Rate to 7.5% Amid Recession Bloomberg / Tracy Withers


The Goldman touch Globe and Mail / Kevin Carmichael and Sinclair Stewart

Oil slides To $100/Barrel as Funds Bail Out NY Post / Paul Tharp

Last Gasp of a Doomed Currency Euro Pacific via Safehaven / Peter Schiff

Pimco: U.S. bank system capital insufficient Reuters / Jennifer Ablan

Alt-A Mortgages Next Risk for Housing Market as Defaults Surge Bloomberg / Dan Levy and Bob Ivry

Filings for foreclosure jump 27% in August AP via Chicago Tribune

Oil Drops Below $100 a Barrel in N.Y. First Time Since April Bloomberg / Margot Habiby

Corn rallies 5.6% as U.S. lowers production outlook Marketwatch / Moming Zhou

Energy Infusion Keeps U.S. Stocks On Even Keel Forbes / Carl Gutierrez

Prospects for Fed cuts inch higher Reuters / Ros Krasny

Gold rises first day in ten as dollar weakens Marketwatch / Moming Zhou

Bonds turn flat to negative as stocks pare losses Reuters

Treasury Two-Year Notes Rise as Possible Lehman Sale Drags On Bloomberg / Sandra Hernandez and Anchalee Worrachate

Near-term U.S. economy recovery is wishful thinking: ECRI Reuters

Federal Reserve Events Reuters

Lehman buyout hopes cap dollar Marketwatch / William L. Watts and Nick Godt

Nevada holds on to nation’s highest foreclosure rate Las Vegas Sun / Tim Richardson

Bernanke May Be Wrong: Next Fed Rate Move Might Be Down, Not Up Bloomberg / Rich Miller

Fed Direct Loans Lose Stigma as Banks Push Borrowing to Record Bloomberg / Scott Lanman

JPMorgan Muni-Swap Exit Will Cause Others to Follow Bloomberg / Joe Mysak

Friday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

U.S. Stocks Decline on Lehman, Retail Sales Slump; AIG Tumbles Bloomberg / Elizabeth Stanton

Retail Sales in U.S. Unexpectedly Dropped in August Bloomberg / Timothy R. Homan

Wholesale price drop biggest since '06 AP via CNN

U.S. Foreclosures Hit Record in August as Housing Prices Fell Bloomberg / Dan Levy

Bankers' Perverse Pay Needs Adjustment for Risk Bloomberg / John M. Berry

Financial Rescues Show That Faith in Free Market Is Shaken Washington Post / Steven Pearlstein

How to Avoid Another Depression Lew Rockwell / Mark Thornton

WaMu May Be Forced to Sell Deposits, Branches to Stay Afloat Bloomberg / Elizabeth Hester and Linda Shen

Lehman: The next bailout? Christian Science Monitor / Peter Grier

Drop in Rates For Mortgages Gets Attention Of Borrowers Washington Post / Dina ElBoghdady

We have only ourselves to blame for rumors' undue influence Marketwatch / Mark Hulbert

Asian Stocks Snap 3-Day Losing Streak on Possible Lehman Sale Bloomberg / Patrick Rial and Kyung Bok Cho

Oil bounces to above $101, eyes on Hurricane Ike Reuters via Guardian

Euro Trades Near One-Year Low on Speculation Production Shrank Bloomberg / Stanley White and Ron Harui

The good, the bad and the ugly Telegraph / Bill Jamieson

Bank of England's credibility is on the line as policy debate gets ugly again Independent / Jeremy Warner

Treasuries Head for Weekly Gain; Retail Sales Gauge May Decline Bloomberg / Wes Goodman

Hedge Fund Glory Days Fading Fast NY Times / Louise Story

Yen Heads for Weekly Gain as Lehman Slump Curbs Carry Trades Bloomberg / Stanley White and Ron Harui

UK: Middle-class shoppers ditch costly treats as they dash to save cash London Times / Steve Hawkes

Japan Economy Shrank Annual 3%, Revised Figures Show Bloomberg / Jason Clenfield



Obama campaign seizes on Greenspan's tax comments Reuters / Caren Bohan

Just one month left to qualify for stimulus checks South Florida Sun Sentinel / Harriet Johnson Brackey

Ike Forces Shutdown of 19% of U.S. Refining Capacity Bloomberg / Jordan Burke and Aaron Clark

Backed by Bananas via Safehaven / David Petch

FL: Tax shock: Property taxes rising in down market Miami Herald / Monica Hatcher

Palin could rob McCain of Jewish vote Miami Herald / Beth Reinhard

Lehman fate in balance as talks extend to third day Reuters via Washington Post / Dan Wilchins and Glenn Somerville

Will Lehman be forced to break up? Marketwatch

Downturn Starts to Hit Emerging Economies Washington Post / Anthony Faiola

Putting lipstick on a pig Fortune via CNN / Elizabeth Spiers

What To Do With Lehman? Forbes / Liz Moyer

Return of 8% for Harvard Endowment NY Times / Geraldine Fabrikant

U.S. reportedly plans no bailout of Lehman Bros. LA Times / Peter G. Gosselin and Walter Hamilton

The Return of the Misery Index NY Times / Floyd Norris

Ike's aftermath: The return of $4 gas CNN / Chris Isidore

Hurricane Ike hits heart of U.S. oil sector Reuters / Bruce Nichols

Walgreen Challenges CVS for Longs With $3 Billion Bid Bloomberg / Lauren Coleman-Lochner and Ryan Flinn

N.Y. Fed Holds Emergency Talks on Lehman Future Washington Post / Heather Landy and Neil Irwin

Paulson, Bernanke Brave `Raptors,' Resist Lehman Aid Bloomberg / Craig Torres and Shannon D. Harrington


Federal Reserve Board announces several initiatives to provide additional support to financial markets, including enhancements to its existing liquidity facilities Federal Reserve Board

Risk is gone on Wall Street Marketwatch / David Weidner

Bank of America buys Merrill Lynch AP and MSNBC

Banks planning to create lifeline for rivals AP via CNN

Mutual funds are facing a new challenge Chicago Tribune via Baltimore Sun / Andrew Leckey

Five ETFs for people who hate ETFs Marketwatch / Matt Hougan and Jim Wiandt

Fed Widens Collateral for Loans to Investment Banks Bloomberg / Craig Torres and Scott Lanman

Derivatives market trades on Sunday to cut Lehman risk Reuters

Derivatives session to reduce risk from Lehman bankruptcy Marketwatch

FHA loans enjoy a boom Baltimore Sun / Jamie Smith Hopkins

In some cases, prices have been held in check South Florida Sun Sentinel via Allentown Morning Call / Harriet Johnson Brackey

Wall Street privatises US government: be very afraid Telegraph / Charles Dumas

Nearly 2,000 Texans rescued; 9 deaths blamed on Ike AP via Dallas Morning News

Fed to Set Funds Rate; August Inflation Due Washington Post / Neil Irwin

Boeing CEO McNerney gambles on strike Reuters / Bill Rigby

Value and Momentum Investing, Together at Last Marketwatch via NY Times / Mark Hulbert

The endgame is near for Lehman CNN / David Ellis

Wall St. Goliath Teeters Amid Fear of Wider Crisis NY Times / Vikas Bajaj

Greenspan: Tough decisions await in Lehman case AP via Washington Post

A Financial Drama With No Final Act in Sight NY Times / Alex Berenson

Wide financial sector fears to drive market Reuters via Washington Post / Ellis Mnyandu

'Greed, irresponsibility' blamed for mortgage crisis Pittsburgh Tribune Review / Thomas Olson

Finding Profits in a Distressed Market NY Times / Vivian Marino

The Joys of Ownership NY Times / Gretchen Morgenson

Russia's Opec bearhug is something to worry about Guardian – Observer / Richard Wachman

Oil slides after Ike CNN / Catherine Clifford

Economy to Entrepreneurs: Turn Back NY Times / Julie Bick

Prices Probably Decrease as Growth Slows: U.S. Economy Preview Bloomberg / Timothy R. Homan

Where to Direct All That Rage NY Times / Ben Stein

Prepare for a quake? L.A.'s too busy LA Times / Bob Chamberlin

Ike Hammers Texas, Floods Homes, Shuts Refineries Bloomberg / Brian K. Sullivan and Tom Korosec

Be Wary of Buying When Shares Tank Washington Post / Michelle Singletary

Barclays Considers Bid for Lehman as Government Seeks Solution Bloomberg / Ben Livesey and Yalman Onaran

UK: Inflation is poised to peak and then slide London Times / David Smith


Fed rescue plan punishes all taxpayers LA Times via Fresno Bee / David Lazarus

Confidence on rate cut on eve of FOMC Reuters / Ros Krasny

Fed Adds Most Reserves Since 9/11 as Banks Hoard Cash Bloomberg / Liz Capo McCormick

Crisis far from over, but is entering a new phase Globe and Mail / Derek DeCloet

US 30Y yield falls to lowest in 45 years Reuters

Credit crunch hits small businesses CNN / Emily Maltby

U.S. Stocks Drop, S&P 500 Sinks Most Since 2001 Terror Attacks Bloomberg / Lynn Thomasson and Elizabeth Stanton

Stocks crumble on financial woes Globe and Mail / Steve Ladurantaye

Best Buy Snags Napster for $121M Sacramento Business Journal / Carissa Wyant

H-P to slash nearly 25,000 jobs as part of EDS deal Marketwatch / Rex Crum

S&P 500 to drop Lehman Brothers, add Harris Reuters

‘In 1932 these big banks didn't go bankrupt' Globe and Mail / John Partridge

US may need new agency to deal with crisis – Volcker Reuters / Kathy Skipper

Fed Funds Climbs the Most Over Target Rate in Decade Bloomberg / Liz Capo McCormick

Rate cut could happen as soon as Tuesday Marketwatch / Greg Robb

Treasuries Soar as Lehman Boosts Bets Fed Will Lower Key Rate Bloomberg / Daniel Kruger and Agnes Lovasz

The Social Imperative of Sound Money Lew Rockwell / Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

Fickle Financials Stun The Street Forbes / Steve Schaefer

AIG can loan itself $20B - New York CNN / Tami Luhby

It's a New Landscape on Wall Street NY Sun / Julie Satow

Sunday, Bloody Sunday / Marie Leone and Sarah Johnson

Merrill, double-short financial ETF lead gainers Marketwatch / John Spence

Government did not want to bail out Lehman Brothers NY Daily News / Peter Siris

Bush says economy can handle turmoil AP via Houston Chronicle / Jennifer Loven

Industrial production drops 1.1% in August Marketwatch / Rex Nutting

Notes On The News: Fed's Big Move Forbes / Paul Maidment

Pimco, Vanguard Are Biggest Bond Fund Losers in Lehman Collapse Bloomberg / John Glover

Treasurys jump as Wall Street crisis escalates Marketwatch / Deborah Levine

Credit-Default Risk Soars After Lehman Files for Bankruptcy Bloomberg / Shannon D. Harrington and Abigail Moses

Monday’s Analysis / Marty Chenard

U.S. stocks slump at the open as Lehman bankruptcy rattles Marketwatch / Kate Gibson

Stocks fall sharply after fall of Lehman, sale of Merrill; AIG remains big worry AP via Orlando Sentinel / Tim Paradis

World markets tumble on Lehman news AP via Houston Chronicle / Emma Vandore

Nightmare on Wall Street The Economist

WaMu Slides on Concern Capital, Buyers Are Limited Bloomberg / Ari Levy and Elizabeth Hester

Lehman Goes To The Wall Forbes / Liz Moyer

Lehman Files Biggest Bankruptcy Case as Suitors Balk Bloomberg / Yalman Onaran and Christopher Scinta

Lehman files for bankruptcy, plans to sell units Reuters / Dan Wilchins

Oil plummets as Ike largely spares energy output AP via Houston Chronicle / Stevenson Jacobs

Why Sarah Palin Has the Democrats Running Scared Bloomberg / Caroline Baum

Bank of England Should Cut Rate by Half a Point, CBI Says Bloomberg / Brian Swint and Craig Stirling

In Ike's wake, holdouts complicate rescues Christian Science Monitor / Patrik Jonsson

U.S. Treasuries Soar as Lehman Brothers May File for Bankruptcy Bloomberg / Wes Goodman

Asia-Pacific Bond Risk Surges on Concern Lehman May Go Bankrupt Bloomberg / Oliver Biggadike

Insurance giant AIG struggles to raise cash as shares fall Independent / Stephen Foley

US Treasury has run out of patience Independent / Jeremy Warner

Bank of America to buy Merrill for $29 a share-WSJ Reuters via Guardian / Elinor Comlay

Oil Falls to Six-Month Low as U.S. Refineries Prepare to Resume Bloomberg / Mark Shenk

Asian Stocks, U.S. Futures, Dollar Tumble on Lehman Bankruptcy Bloomberg / Chua Kong Ho and Chan Tien Hin

Swinging Real, Won Point to More Pain as Economies Recouple Bloomberg / Liz Capo McCormick

World May Face `Japan-Like' Economic Stagnation, GIC's Tan Says Bloomberg / Shamim Adam