Frontrunning: July 30

  • Jobless claims pick up again, hit 584,000 (Bloomberg)
  • Pettis: Brace for a decade of lower Chinese growth (FT)
  • Must read: Wall Street analysts keep telling big earnings lie (Bloomberg)
  • Goldman Sachs hatred might cost you your bonus (Bloomberg)
  • NYSE Euronext swings to loss (WSJ)
  • Michael Panzner: Don't Be Fooled (Financial Armageddon)
  • Exxon profit down 66% (Reuters)
  • Dow Chemical posts loss on charges, drop in sales (Reuters)
  • International Paper second-quarter profit falls 40% (MarketWatch)
  • Luskin: Can the Fed identify bubbles before they happen? (WSJ)
  • Another German auto soap opera close to unwinding: Continental to defy Schaeffler (Bloomberg)
  • The simple math of "staggering" Chinese growth (ContrarianEdge)
  • Mahwah, NJ - new headquarters of High Frequency Trading (WSJ)
  • How to understand High Frequency Trading (The Atlantic, h/t Lizzie36)
  • California credit rating assessment to take time, pathetic rating agencies say, who took 5 minutes in 2005 to rate a "AAA" 1 billion CDO (Bloomberg)




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