10 Monday AM Reads

My morning pre-crash reads:

• Berlin, IMF To Refuse Fresh Aid for Greece (Spiegel.de) see also Spiegel bombshell: The IMF plans to dump Greece (The Automatic Earth)
• China Central Bank Adviser Forecasts Growth Slowdown to 7.4% (Bloomberg)
• Open Season on Wall Street Jobs (Businessweek)
• Hedge Fund Places Faith in Euro Zone (NYT)
• U.S. Cities Get Fleeced in Libor Scandal (The Fiscal Times) see also Banks in Libor probe consider group settlement-sources (Reuters)
• Bungled Bank Bailout Leaves Behind Righteous Anger (Bloomberg)
• The Top American Science Questions in 2012 (Science Debate)
• Political Perceptions: Campaigns Grow Louder as Pool of Converts Shrinks (WSJ)
• Corruption allegations, major fraud inquiries, a senate probe into deals with drug-running gangsters in Mexico … and a luxury yacht. Welcome to the world of banking 2012 (Herald Scotland)
• Google’s Data Advantage Over Apple’s Siri (NYT)

What are you unloading?


Investors Testing Limits of Defense

Source: WSJ

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