Monday 7atSeven: personality of the tape
- April 2nd, 2012
Here are seven (or so) links at 7AM Eastern. We will see you later with the daily linkfest. Good luck out there.
The personality of the tape has changed. (Dynamic Hedge)
The stunning surge in junk bond issuance. (Market Montage)
There is no keeping the Bond King down. The Pimco Total Return fund bounces back in Q1. (WSJ)
Spain, stuck in an austerity trap, is the front lines of the Euro crisis. (Gavyn Davies)
Week in review/preview
Measuring the crucial employment figures is tougher than it looks. (A Dash of Insight)
The coming week in economic stats. (Calculated Risk)
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