Wednesday links: eurozone trials
- February 20th, 2013
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Quote of the day
Martin Wolf, “Those who believe the eurozone’s trials are now behind it must assume either an extraordinary economic turnaround or a willingness of those trapped in deep recessions to soldier on, year after grim year. Neither assumption seems at all plausible.” (FT)
Chart of the day
Retail stocks are back at new highs. (StockCharts Blog)
Is skew signalling a market pullback? (SurlyTrader)
What stocks the “ultimate stock pickers” are buying now. (Morningstar)
How did private equity do during the financial crisis? (Term Sheet)
Institutional investors are giving up on commodities. (FT)
Want to get a job at a hedge fund? “Be of value.” (World Beta)
Seth Klarman’s hedge fund is opening up just a little bit. (II Alpha)
The ‘GLG-ification of Man Group‘ is nearly complete. (Dealbreaker)
On the parallels between the UK and Japan. (Bespoke)
The pressure on the Bank of Japan remains. (Tim Duy)
India’s growth problems in detail. (Bonddad Blog)
An increasing number jobs require a college degree. (NYTimes)
Should you work for free? Maybe. (Seth Godin)
How to be more productive? Work in 90 minute increments. (Farnam Street)
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