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10 Thursday AM Reads

I’ve decided to dissolve the council behind my morning train reads to avoid putting pressure on links: • Is LIBOR, Benchmark for Trillions of Dollars in Transactions, a Lie? (Rolling Stone) • The Untold Story of How Gary Cohn Fell for Donald Trump (Vanity Fair) • North Korea factories humming with ‘Made in China’ clothes, traders say… Read More The post 10 Thursday AM Reads appeared first on The Big Picture.
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10 Friday AM Reads

Business & Finance / Investing : The Big Picture

My morning reads: • Bartlett: 7 Reasons the Fed Should Raise Interest Rates (Fiscal Times) • A Huge Break in the LIBOR Banking Investigation (Rolling Stone) see also Banker to the Bankers Knows the Numbers Are Lying (Bloomberg) • Hu...

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Business & Finance / Investing : Between the Hedges

Bloomberg: Libor Lies Revealed in Rigging of $300 Trillion Benchmark. Every morning, from his desk by the bathroom at the far end of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc’s trading floor overlooking London’s Liverpool Street station, Pau...

Falling Oil Prices Will Help Consumers, and Goldman Sachs, Gary Cohn Says

Business & Finance : DealBook

Goldman Sachs has calculated that falling oil prices will push well over a trillion dollars into other industries around the world, said Gary Cohn, the investment bank’s president and chief operating officer.

LIBOR Lending Rate Gets Overhaul (Sort Of)

Business & Finance : The Curious Capitalist

The LIBOR money-market rates, widely used around the world as the benchmark for interest rates on mortgages, credit cards and billions of dollars worth of other financial transactions, will be cleaned up and subject to substantial n...

More Market Manipulation: Wall Street Out of Control

Business & Finance / Investing : Sense on Cents

First it was Libor then currencies, then commodities. Now the market manipulation game extends to a vehicle known as ISDA fix that is used as a benchmark for pricing only trillions of dollars of worth of transactions. Dodd-Frank ref...

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