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Today's Required Reading



September 21, 2010 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: GS , BRK-B , DB

Today’s required reading:

China Must Have the Courage to Save Less: As George Magnus of UBS points out, simply revaluing the renminbi won’t do the trick when it comes to reducing the imbalances between the U.S. and China. A nice commentary on the characteristics of their mating dance.

Deutsche Bank Set to Raise EUR 10.2 billion: Yes, the offer to acquire Postbank is a the driving factor behind this share offering, but the new global capital adequacy rules are also a factor. This offering – the largest ever by a German bank – could be precursor to capital raisings by large U.S. banks; I’ll explore that topic this week.

Goldman Shareholder Lagged CDs as Blankfein Earned $125 Million: Another reminder – if any was necessary – that investment banks do not make good long-term investments. It is the employees who skim the cream off the top.

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#1) On September 21, 2010 at 12:01 PM, blake303 (28.54) wrote:

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