Good morning and welcome to another edition of our early morning linkfest.  Tell us what you think.

Felix Salmon, “Only the biggest and oldest companies are happy being listed on public markets today…To invest in younger, smaller companies, you increasingly need to be a member of the ultra-rich elite.”  (NYTimes)

JP Morgan (JPM) is launching a late-stage social media fund.  (WSJ, Deal Journal, Clusterstock, Big Picture)

Investors keep throwing cash at Zynga.  Ergo talk about a $7-9 billion valuation for the social gaming company.  (WSJ)

A nice chart of the emerging-developed market divergence.  (Money Game)

China’s trade surplus comes in lower than expectations.  (Bloomberg)

The past week reminded us why they call them “emerging markets” and the prospect for further earnings gains.  (Gavyn Davies, A Dash of Insight)

The economic schedule for the week ahead.  (Calculated Risk)

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