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Frontrunning: January 20

  • Fed Holds Off for Now on Bond Buys  (Hilsenrath)
  • Bonds Show Return of Crisis Once ECB Loans Expire (Bloomberg)
  • Greek Debt Talks Enter Third Day After ‘Substantial’ Discussions (Bloomberg)
  • Sharp clashes at Republican debate ahead of vote (Reuters)
  • Lagarde Joins Warning on Fiscal Cuts Before Davos (Bloomberg)
  • Investors exit big-name funds as stars fail to shine (Reuters)
  • Payday lenders plead case to consumer agency (Reuters) - the EFSF included?
  • EU Toughens Fiscal Pact Bowing to ECB Objections, Draft Shows (Bloomberg)
  • Minister Urges Japan to Use Strong Yen (FT)
  • China Eyes Pension Fund Boost for Stock Market (Reuters)
  • China Manufacturing Contraction Boosts Case for Easing: Economy (Bloomberg)
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Chris Whalen On The Zombie IPO: Is American International Group the "Blood Doll" of Wall Street?

In this issue of The Institutional Risk Analyst, we return to the zombie dance party to check in on the queen of the prom, American International Group ("AIG"). First a question: Vampires are all the rage now in popular culture, so allow us to offer a macabre metaphor for AIG. Do you know what a "blood doll" is? A girl who craves to be the regular victim of or willing donor to a vampire. But hold that thought.

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