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    DealBreaking: Two Short Weeks or One Long Weekend

    This week is really two short weeks or just one long weekend. The markets will be open today, half of tomorrow and not at all on Wednesday. So get whatever work you need to do done today. Today, the federal courts will hear the prosecution’s sneaky attempt to have the case against 16 former KPMG […]

    / Jul 2, 2007 at 12:49 PM
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    DealBroken: The Week That Was
    iPhone Up, Blackstone Down, Interest Rates Flat And A Bear Goes The Way Of The Spartans

    The Federal Reserve left the fed funds rate unchanged at five and a quarter percent, noting that inflation rather than slower growth is still the primary concern. Bear Stearns agreed to pay up to $1.6 billion to bail out one of its troubled subprime mortgage loaded hedge funds. The SEC was said to have begun […]

    / Jul 2, 2007 at 8:37 AM
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    DealBreaking: Kremlinology For The Land Of The Free

    The lack of economic reports and earnings reports last week certainly didn’t leave Wall Street quiet. This week is full of government economic reports, as well as quarterly reports from several closely watched companies. Combined with pressure from a weird market schedule due to Independence Day falling on a Wednesday—and the plans of many people […]

    / Jun 25, 2007 at 1:54 PM
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    DealBreaking: Quiet, Too Quiet
    The Week That Might Be

    After last week’s rocking and rolling—the up-down tension of inflation and bond yields, a legislative attack on private equity, and divergent earnings reports from Lehman and Goldman—this week may seem a bit quiet. There will be some news about May housing starts tomorrow, and earnings reports from eight S&P 500 companies, but few expect any […]

    / Jun 18, 2007 at 10:56 AM

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