Sunday links: muni madness

23Dec07

The super-SIV plan:  RIP. (WSJ.com)

The best short bets of 2007. (MarketBeat)

The best buyout deals of 2007. (DealBook)

10 things that will not be missed from 2007. (TheStreet.com)

Undisclosed hedges and the challenge of coattail investing. (Market Movers)

Fear of the unknown is driving financial company securities. (Accrued Interest)

Spreads on insured muni bonds continue to widen. (WSJ.com)

The weakening grip rating agencies have on muni bond pricing. (Market Movers)

One gloomy portfolio manager just got gloomier. (Morningstar.com)

Emerging market bond ETFs compared. (IndexUniverse.com, Barrons.com)

More competition coming to the Chicago futures exchanges. (ChicagoTribune.com)

On the challenges of expanding traditional portfolios into alternative assets. (Asset Allocation)

On the evolving dynamics of inflation. (Financial Page)

One model puts the risk of recession in 2008 at 65%. (Calculated Risk)

Forecasting presidential elections from the economy. (Mankiw Blog)

Growing inequality and the role of higher education. (Free Exchange)

Have you been to a Dairy Queen lately? (Jeff Matthews)

The buzzwords of 2007. (NYTimes.com)

The state of the “poker economy.” (Economist.com)

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