Morning Readings: Libor, Ramen, China, etc.

A few items worth reading this morning:

  • Treasury to bailout automakers (Bloomberg)
  • Global trade is shrinking, fast (Setser)
  • China publishes awful trade figures for November (The Economist)
  • Using the Q-ratio to search for market bottom (Bloomberg)
  • Deception Through Telling the Truth? (Ingenta)
  • A visit to Libor HQ (BBC)
  • Ramen sales boom as South Korea weakens (FP Passport)
  • Morgan Stanley cuts its global growth forecast for the sixth time in seven months (Morgan Stanley)
  • Depression and War (Wilmott)

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