AM Reading

These caught my eye this morning:

Street to Log Best Quarter Since Crisis (WSJ)

Bernanke’s ‘Green Shoots’ Take Over the Lexicon, If Not U.S. (Bloomberg)

He’s Got Gamma (Barron’s)

How a Loophole Benefits GE in Bank Rescue; Industrial Giant Becomes Top Recipient in Debt-Guarantee Program (Washington Post)

What was a subprime loan modeled on?

Inflation Fears Seem to Be, Well, Inflated (WSJ)

U.K. First-Quarter GDP Drops 2.4%, Most Since 1958 (Bloomberg)

Young Japanese Raise Their Voices Over Economy (NYT)

Car-Sales Rebound Seen for June (WSJ)

Anything else worth reading catch your eye this morning ?

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