Across the Yield Curve
By TJ Kim
October 3, 2012
Various links from across the web and blogshere that we are reading. Enjoy!
Slower U.S. retail growth in holiday season is projected by Brad Dorfman, Reuters
JP Morgan is sued over Bear Stearns deals by Tom Braithwaite, Kara Scannell and Shahien Nasiripour, Financial Times
China cancelled participation in the annual meeting of the World Bank, due to its territorial dispute with Japan by Phred Dvorak, Atsuko Fukase and Dinny Mcmahon, The Wall Street Journal
Greece is pressured to reach austerity deal with the Troika and its people by Renee Maltezou, Reuters
Citibank Taiwan is getting ready for yuan business as Taiwan and China work out currency clearing and settlement rules, Taipei Times
Spain is ready for bailout as early as next weekend by Julien Toyer, Reuters
Unemployment in the Eurozone reached a record, Deutsche Welle
Bill Gross’s Monthly Outlook…Budgetary Crystal Meth…Inflation Alarm Fading…and more!, LearnBonds
In an effort to revive Libor, borrowing costs will rise for consumers and companies by John Glover, Bloomberg
Google Inc. rise as the second largest technology company, surpassing Microsoft Corp. by Brian Womack, Bloomberg
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