Tuesday 7atSeven: pay circles
- October 4th, 2011
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10 questions for the bulls. (Doug Kass)
The strongest financial stocks are finally cracking. (Dragonfly Capital)
The ultimate stock market indicator? (Economic Musings)
More data that shows the economy is still not in recession. (Carpe Diem)
CEO pay is so high because they keep comparing themselves to each other. (WashingtonPost)
What Keynes would say now. (Rational Irrationality)
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