$$$ Euro zone orders tumble by most in almost 3 years [Reuters]
$$$ Charlie Gasparino: Charges against MF Global May Be “Criminal In Nature” [FBN]
$$$ Jim Chanos: “[The Chinese government] doesn’t [have money], and that’s the problem. The banking system in China is extremely fragile, and that’s one of the messages we wanted to get to people.” [BloombergTV]
$$$ In the first two months of the nationwide Occupy protests, the movement that is demanding more out of the wealthiest Americans has cost local taxpayers at least $13 million in police overtime and other municipal services, such as cleanup and sanitation. [AP]
$$$ Barclays Said to Spin Off Arbitrage Team [Bloomberg]
$$$ That’s it for us today. Happy Thanksgiving. We hope you all have a great holiday. Even you! Brief posting/moral support for those working on Friday and remember to be thankful you’re free to enjoy all the Thanksgiving Lobsters your heart desires.
$$$ California Absent In Foreclosure Talks [WSJ]
$$$ “The ladies only want me for one thing. At this stage of my life, it doesn’t bother me,” says Carl Griffiths, a 19 year-old from the UK with size 21 feet. [The Sun]