Breakfast Links: Pinning Down Roubini


Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

OMG, some my fave links of the month so far today!

Blankfein to Goldman employees: “Please refrain from wearing your crowns outside of the office”.  (New Yorker)

The recession is now screwing with the British pub business, time for us to get serious.  (USA Today)

Just try pinning down Nouriel Roubini to a consistent forecast.  (Investing Caffeine)

Stubborn, greedy, stupid NYC landlords have lost all their retailer tenants.  Serves them right  (NYT)

Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse, the band Sugar Ray attempts a comeback.  (Rolling Stone)

Dealbreaker helping out with a set for the Wall Street sequel…really.  (Dealbreaker)

Any ratings agency reform without eliminating pay-for-play is pure BS.  (CNN Money)

Speaking of ratings agencies, see Tyler Durden obliterate S&P.  (ZeroHedge)

About that Credit Suisse US equities upgrade…  (The Pragmatic Capitalist)

The most overbought 25 stocks (based on distance above 50 day moving average).  (Bespoke)

What is it about men in power being interviewed by cute female reporters?  And who dares to draw TED into this battle of the sexes?  (The Epicurean Dealmaker)

Oh, and don’t forget to visit the Lehman Brothers store on eBay, items are moving quickly:  thelehmanstore

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