Elsewhere on Friday,
– The CAC is the new moral hazard.
– Greece may have been bailed out, but nobody believes it really.
– Lent is bad for you and austerity doesn’t work.
– The pre-crisis increase in household debt is not about the declining morals of the middle class.
– Central bank bailouts: is this the way it’ll always be?
– Larry Summers for World Bank president? No, no, and 37,000 more “no”s.
– Another view of Foxconn.
– ETF inflows and one angry kitty.
– Further, further reading.