Tuesday 7atSeven: leaping Libor
- December 13th, 2011
Here are seven (or so) links at 7AM Eastern. Good luck out there today.
Libor just keeps on climbing. (All Star Charts)
Oil traders just can’t seem to decide which way oil will trend. (FT)
Some big names cashed in on Jon Corzine’s pain. (WSJ)
Facebook should pull a Google and use a Dutch auction to go public next year. (WSJ)
Expectations for Q4 GDP growth are ticking up. (Calculated Risk)
Why hasn’t all that “money printing” led to inflation yet? (Money Game)
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