Thursday links: jet setting

07Dec06

Leslie Wayne in the New York Times on the revival in demand for the venerable Boeing 747.

Norihiko Shirouzu in the Wall Street Journal on forecast demand for the Honda Jet, a microjet.

Bloggers’ Take on the drop in the dollar over at the Big Picture.

Jeff Matthews on the sneaky rise in inflation and the very public drop in the dollar.

Justin Lahart in the Wall Street Journal on the circular thinking on trying to measure market liquidity.

James Picerno at the Capital Spectator with a very interesting asset class statistic.

CXO Advisory Group on the statistical validity of the yield curve to forecast the stock market.

Jon Markman at MSN Money on whether the home building stocks have bottomed.

Alistair Barr at Marketwatch.com on Morgan Stanley’s hedge fund buying spree.

Roger Ehrenberg at Information Arbitrage on the growing illiquidity of hedge fund investments.

All About Alpha on hedge fund clone overload.

FT Alphaville on PE as the “new face of American capitalism.”

Going Private with more on private equity and the media.

Accrued Interest on the sometimes “dank and seedy” nature of the muni bond market.

William Pesek at Bloomberg.com on the demographic challenges facing Japan.

Alex Halperin at BusinessWeek.com has some gift ideas for that stock picker on your list.

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