October 4, 2011 / 10:15 PM / 8 years ago

Counterparties

Joshua Brown is feeling extremely bearish, and he’s making some sense — The Reformed Broker

The EU hints that investors will take bigger losses in a second Greek rescue – Bloomberg

Wolfgang Schauble is talking real European fiscal integration — Crooked Timber

France and Belgium are bailing out Dexia. Again. — Reuters

Kenneth Rogoff argues against Europe’s proposed financial transactions tax — Project Syndicate

“Investors do not really have a clear idea of how healthy any of these banks truly are.” — The Big Picture

Citi’s having trouble unloading $300 million in assets — WSJ

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says Obama’s jobs bill is basically dead — WSJ Washington Wire

And pension costs alone are reason enough for American Airlines to declare bankruptcy — Fortune

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