What Wall Street Traders Are Reading This Weekend


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Monday is a holiday in the US, but the preparation for the re-opening of markets has begun.Dave Lutz of Stifel, Nicolaus passes along some of the stories that are catching traders’ eyes this weekend.

We summarize and sample them here:

  • NYT: In China, Widening Disontent Among The Communist Party Faithful
  • 23 dead after Algerian siege.
  • Economic advisor says the Bank of Japan should slow up on the easing if the yen falls too hard.
  • Bloomberg: Oil Caps Longest Run Of Weekly Gains In 14 Months
  • The Barron’s Roundtable
  • Bloomberg: Wheat Caps Biggest Advance Since July On US Drought
  • Transcripts from 2007 show how slowly the Fed was to react to the US crisis.

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