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Some highlights from Monday’s FTfm.
‘Creativity’ may tarnish Ucits brand
Some in the European funds industry are becoming alarmed over the increasing complexity of Ucits products, many of which no longer adhere to the 5/10/40 rule Read more
Outside the hotel where Dominique Strauss-Kahn — who was arrested late Saturday — is alleged to have attacked a maid: a forlorn drapeau tricolore.
1.The Sage gets what he wants at IBM - Update
2.Why would the ECB buy corporate bonds?
3.Regressing to the mean in China or why if something cannot go on forever, it will stop
4.It takes $200bn per quarter to feed the machine
7.Burn rates, oil sovereign edition
8.Real Time Gross Settlements fail at the BoE
9.On the subject of Buffett favourites
2.Real Time Gross Settlements fail at the BoE
4.Fed talk, inequality, and the lawless border town between fiscal and monetary responsibilities
5.Why would the ECB buy corporate bonds?
6.FREE e-book offer for FT Alphaville readers
8.New York Fed taking cues from Occupy on banker pay
9.Rally Monkey is back from vacation to celebrate biggest 1-day S&P gain of the year
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