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Weekend Reading: We’re All Greek Now at Trader’s Narrative

Weekend Reading: We’re All Greek Now

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Opa! Pass the keftedes and try to not get any tzatziki sauce on those Greek sovereign CDS’s. We are all Greek now. The risk of sovereign debt and deficits is coming home to roost in Ireland, Portugal, Spain and Greece. And with that the market is finding excuses to fall lower. Funny how these issues were there during the run up in stock prices. Remember: the news doesn’t make the prices; prices make the news.

With that in mind, here is this weekend’s reading list of economic and market news you may have overlooked. To see it all, go to

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  • Doug Kass: Greed Might Get Good Again
  • Top Central Bankers Meet in Australia
  • Money Never Sleeps - movie trailer
  • Charles Kirk’s Volatility Stop
  • PIMPCO’s Bill Gross - Investment Outlook: Ring of Fire
  • An Ex–Goldman Partner Lets Loose on Wall Street
  • Contrarian analysis of gold sentiment
  • Volcker’s Prescription Cures the Wrong Disease
  • Nouriel Roubini: The Ticking U.S. Fiscal Bomb
  • Why We Keep Getting Poorer
  • Free Forex Week at EWI ends February 10th 2010 - so shake a leg
  • China Limits IPOs & Secondaries to Control Bubble

The above is a small sample, for the complete list, follow the graphic link below to

weekend reading we are all greek now

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