Thursday links: breaking the buck

15Nov07

Goldman Sachs (GS) alumni are taking over the world. (NYTimes.com, Market Movers)

The yield curve is finally steepening. (Crossing Wall Street)

Keep an eye on funds “breaking the buck.” (MarketBeat)

Problems piling up for Cerberus Capital Management. (NakedShorts)

A new chief at Merrill Lynch (MER). (MarketBeat, Market Movers)

Tax risk and the value of Blackstone Group (BX). (Jeff Matthews)

A new (and improved?) volatility index. (Daily Options Report)

Economic cross-currents abound. (Capital Spectator)

Would a United-Delta deal get anti-trust approval? (Truth on the Market)

Why didn’t some investment banker think of this deal before? (Epicurean Dealmaker)

How might carbon restrictions affect international air travel? (Free Exchange)

A road map to the growing number of “green” funds. (Morningstar.com)

A quick synopsis of Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor. (Aleph Blog)

A whiff of hypocrisy from Warren Buffett on the estate tax. (Marketwatch.com)

Bad timing for the launch of the Fox Business channel. (Infectious Greed)

For you demographics geeks a neat new tool. (ZIPskinny.com)

WordPress.com, the host of this site, is now the number two blog host. (Silicon Alley Insider)

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