Wednesday 7atSeven: muni muddle
- June 27th, 2012
Here are seven (or so) links at 7AM Eastern. We will see you later with the daily linkfest. Good luck out there.
What is pushing up US repo rates? (FT Alphaville)
Why are money market mutual fund managers so resistant to reform? (Dealbook)
The definition of Libor is surprisingly fluid. (Dealbreaker)
Has Facebook ruined Silicon Valley? (GigaOM)
The case for optimism
What the persistent gap between what we think about our prospects vs. others tells us about the economy. (A Dash of Insight)
There are few signs of recession and equities are cheap. (macrofugue)
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