Sunday links: gold and inflation

21Oct07

Are there SIVs in your money market fund? (WSJ.com)

Does the math behind the SIV work? (naked capitalism)

China now leads the world in the number of publicly traded companies with market values of more than $200 billion.” (NYTimes.com)

What is going on with the relationship between stocks, gold and inflation? (NYTimes.com)

A look at global interest rate trends. (Bespoke Investment Group)

Expect wider bid-ask spreads for the newly trading muni bond ETFs. (WSJ.com)

Where does the long-awaited revival of nuclear energy stand? (Slate.com)

“A specific forecast has an outcome and a time frame.” (A Dash of Insight)

Brand names matter in investment banking (and book publishing). (Epicurean Dealmaker)

Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) is on the verge of becoming a holding company in the mold of Berkshire Hathaway. (Marketwatch.com)

Newspaper websites ask: “To charge or not to charge?” (Undercover Economist)

Rupert Murdoch has global ambitions for his Fox Business franchise. (Silicon Alley Insider)

Why should a good economist blog? (Marginal Revolution)

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