Frontrunning: November 30

  • Dubai World's debt not guaranteed by government (Bloomberg)
  • Taxing Wall Street today wins support for Keynes idea of 1936 (Bloomberg)
  • How many FSB chimps does it take to make a Systemic Risk candidates list: where the hell is Citi? (FT)
  • Ferguson: An empire at risk (Newsweek)
  • How Fannie and Freddie sank in the subprime quicksand (IBD)
  • Bernanke starts Fed debate early (WSJ)
  • Wen rails at "unfair" renminbi pressure (FT)
  • Bring on Fed transparency (Forbes)
  • The problems in Dubai (Cumberland)
  • MGM Mirage bets on Citycenter to lower debt as partner teeters (Bloomberg)
  • Cembalest: Obama's business blind spot (Forbes)
  • World's cheapest car Tata Nano goes green (BBC)
  • Krugman begging for more stimulus money (NYT)