Tuesday 7atSeven: structural issues
- June 21st, 2011
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ETFs above their 50 day moving averages are few and far between these days. (Bespoke)
A twist on the put/call ratio. (Market Anthropology)
Bargain or value trap? Name this company. (Frank Voisin)
German investor confidence is vanishing. (Bloomberg)
Signs that Japanese supply disruptions had a bigger role in the current slowdown than previously thought. (FT)
This recession has been characterized by a significant rise in structural unemployment. (Felix Salmon)
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