Tyler Durden
Contributor since: 2009
Fed's Balance Sheet: Week of August 19, 2009
Spike in Mass Layoff Events
Proposal for Fed to Become the Next AIG
China's Credit Bubble and the Balance of Trade
Obama to Reduce Budget Deficit on 'Fewer' than Expected Bank Failures
Cessna Maker Textron Sued for Misrepresentation of Backlog and Financial Segment Deterioration
Los Angeles Ports Face a Grim Future
SEC to Demand Loan Loss Clarity in MD&A Disclosure
Taylor Rule Estimate: Fed Fund Rate Differential at a Whopping 6.8%
Schaeffler Financing Complete. Next on Deck: Continental Merger and Lots of Pain for RBS
A Look at Q2 Hedge Fund Asset Flow
Justice Watch Lawsuit Raises Serious Questions on TARP Decisions
Arthur Levitt Defends High Frequency Trading
Loans Versus Bonds Relative Value: Week of August 13
Monthly TIC Data Observations
Second Quarter Sees Record Number of Corporate Defaults
Fed July Loan Officer Survey: The Crunch Continues
Sergey Aleynikov Seeks Dismissal of Case - Goldman May Beg to Differ
The Fed's $5.9 Billion Purchase
CIT Averts Bankruptcy
Empire Manufacturing Data Screams Higher
Guaranty Financial: Private Equity Bidders Not Allowed Even as Monday's Deadline Approaches
Update: Recent Capital Markets Transactions
Goldman Sachs Principal Transactions Update: 826 Million Shares
A Granular Look at the Stratified U.S. Consumer
Citadel Set To Control 97.5% Of E-Trade's Order Flow
Federal Reserve Balance Sheet Update: Week of August 12, 2009
Larry Summers' Potential Conflict of Interest
Regions Financial: Sitting on a $22.8 Billion Sink Hole?
BATS Disclosing Short and Total Volume
Credit Suisse's Take on Flash Trading, Dark Pools and National Market Regulation
Head of COP Comments on the Banking Industry: 'We Have a Problem Coming'