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Netflix ($NFLX) is going to formally split the DVD and streaming businesses.  (WSJ, Netflix and reactions Herb Greenberg, Technologizer, GigaOM, SAI, From the Crowd)

[earlier] Is Netflix  still the company to beat in premium streaming video?  (A VC, TechCrunch)


The UBS rogue trading case calls into question the nature of banks today.  (Kid Dynamite also NYTimes, WSJ, Bronte Capital, Clusterstock, FT Alphaville)

Why is the state of Connecticut contributing $20 million to UBS?  (Jeff Matthews)


What does the state of the oil market tell us about the stock market?  (All Star Charts)

Don’t expect relief from a re-start in Libyan oil production.  (The Source)

Changes are coming to the Brent benchmark.  (FT)

Market review/preview

The Fed meets this week and misinformation abounds.  (A Dash of Insight)

Where markets stand at the end of the week.  (Global Macro Monitor, ibid)

The economic schedule for this FOMC week.  (Calculated Risk)

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