The week in review at Credit Writedowns: 2010-01-23
- Corporate bond yields demonstrate that risk is back
- Jim Rogers is still bullish on commodities
- Readers of this blog expect the recession to last redux
- So what are banks for, anyway?
- Grading Obama’s economic policy after one year
- Zero bonuses at Goldman
- CNBC: One-On-One with Buffett
- Short sale fraud
- Did Brown’s win spark Obama’s war on Wall Street?
- Is the recession dating committee preparing for a double dip?
- Obama backs Volcker regulatory plan in dramatic about face
- Credit crises, market equilibrium, economic policy and fiat currencies
- Sheila Bair blames the Fed for the credit crisis
Week’s Most Popular Older Posts
- Credit Crisis Timeline
- The recession is over but the depression has just begun
- The top 25 European banks by assets
- Byron Wien: Ten Surprises for 2010
- Soros: ‘the dollar is a very weak currency except all the others’
- Byron Wien: Ten Surprises for 2009
- Chart of the Day: State Budget Gaps 2010
- Initial jobless claims rise dramatically to 482,000
- Average jobless claims continue down but data mask problems