September 28, 2020

Preliminary Analytics | 08.25.09

graduation.jpgObama to Reappoint Bernanke as Fed Chief – “Mr. Bernanke is seen by supporters inside the administration and in markets as a creative and steady hand who helped to keep the financial chaos, which became especially dangerous in the past year, from becoming much worse.” Now that the next four years are in the bag, the beard is getting grown out. [WSJ]
Volcker: Money funds weaken financial system – Sounds like someone wants headlines on someone else’s big day. [Reuters]
Appeals Court Says Stanford Must Remain in Jail – Let’s get this circus of a trial started already. [DealBook]
GameStop says CFO will retire in March – Presumably to work on his GTA game [Reuters]

graduation.jpgObama to Reappoint Bernanke as Fed Chief – “Mr. Bernanke is seen by supporters inside the administration and in markets as a creative and steady hand who helped to keep the financial chaos, which became especially dangerous in the past year, from becoming much worse.” Now that the next four years are in the bag, the beard is getting grown out. [WSJ]
Volcker: Money funds weaken financial system – Sounds like someone wants headlines on someone else’s big day. [Reuters]
Appeals Court Says Stanford Must Remain in Jail – Let’s get this circus of a trial started already. [DealBook]
GameStop says CFO will retire in March – Presumably to work on his GTA game [Reuters]

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