Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Today's Best Reads

1--Credit card debt drops to lowest level in 8 years, Vicki Needham, The Hill

2--Durable Goods Orders Downside Surprise; Details Range from Weak to Abysmal, Mish's Global Economic trend Analysis

3--Roubini Says Q3 Growth in U.S. to Be `Well Below' 1%, Bob Willis, Bloomberg News

4--Gulf Chemist: Mercenaries Hired By BP Are Now Applying Toxic Dispersant - at Night and In an Uncontrolled Manner - Which BP Says It No Longer Uses, Washington's Blog

5--New Home sales slide, Diana Olick, CNBC

Continuing trouble in EU banking system

6--MONEY MARKETS-Interbank tension surfaces as global worries weigh, Reuters

7--Euribor 3-month rate defies trend to edge up, Reuters

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