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Links: 2010-04-18 Greece and Goldman

  • Germany, UK demand Goldman Sachs probe| Reuters
  • John Paulson Needs A Good Lawyer – The Baseline Scenario
  • interfluidity » L’Affaire Goldman in price/information terms
  • interfluidity » Goldman-plated excuses
  • Iceland volcano could continue erupting for more than a month, researcher says – Science Daily
  • Vancouver Real Estate Anecdote Archive
  • EU’s Investigation of Goldman Will Be ‘Profound,’ Rehn Says – Bloomberg.com
  • New Economic Perspectives: GOLDMAN SACHS VAMPIRE SQUID GETS HANDCUFFED
  • Fabrice Tourre, el hombre invisible desde el viernes – Economia – Economia – ABC.es
  • Portugal, Espanha e Grécia "todos no mesmo barco" – Economia – DN
  • Greece hopes to raise €1.5bn in three-month bond auction – European, Business – Independent.ie
  • Grecia: la Argentina europea – lanacion.com
  • Investor Who Made Billions Not Targeted in Goldman Suit – NYTimes.com
  • Ten Things Human Resources Won’t Tell You – WSJ.com
  • Real Estate Regulations From China’s State Council: What China’s "Document Number 10" Means For Real Estate – Sinocism
  • Economist’s View: Think Tank Politicization
  • Mark Thoma on Think Tank Politicization | Capital Gains and Games
  • Fair Game – The Bank Bailout Is a Bargain? Think Again – NYTimes.com
  • Clinton: Rubin and Summers Gave Me Wrong Advice on Derivatives, and I Was Wrong To Take It – Political Punch
  • Germany Reviews Legal Action Against Goldman After Fraud Case – Bloomberg.com
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