“The Labor Department said nonfarm payrolls rose by a higher than expected 290,000 jobs last month — the largest gain since March 2006. That followed an upwardly revised 230,000 increase in March.” (
Kid Dynamite, Paul Kedrosky and David Merkel on the stupidity of canceling trades. (
Citigroup’s Tobias Levkovich says don’t bother buying this dip, historically it hasn’t been very rewarding. (
Leigh Drogen: “No bids, broken robots, told ya you don’t want to tax away liquidity.” (
Floyd Norris deconstructs mini-crash. (
Regulators will probe what caused yesterday’s market madness. I feel better already. (
British elections are apparently like soccer – a match can end with no one having won. Tell me if you have any idea what went on last night? (
By the way, Spain just got a decent 5 year bond auction done. (
Iron Man 2 opens today. Reviews are mixed but the geeks absolutely love it. (
Finally, here’s why you shouldn’t do a webinar during a market crash…this guy comes off as a psycho:
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