Sunday links: dividend cuts

11Nov07

The super-SIV is apparently back on track. (NYTimes.com)

“Anything at this point that can enhance liquidity is a good thing, an important thing.”  (Information Arbitrage)

Are the quants taking it on the chin once again? (DealBreaker.com)

Is the Fed stuck “in a box”? (Interfluidity)

Natural gas is a “bargain” compared to crude oil. (NYTimes.com)

Is the U.S. Dollar trade “too easy and too crowded”? (Howard Lindzon)

Are dividend cuts coming to the banking sector. (WSJ.com)

“Mr. Market” is opening the door to investment opportunities. (FT.com)

ABX and CMBX indices have another bad day. (Calculated Risk)

“In other words, CDOs are arcane and hairy paper.” (naked capitalism)

Do you have a verifiable “competitive edge in trading”? (TraderFeed)

Visa Inc. is going public. (WSJ.com)

The new global timber ETF. (IndexUniverse.com)

Is art just another asset class? (DealBook)

Is the Airbus A380 the “most hideous airliner ever conceived?” (Spiegel.de)

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