Soros Sells

May 18, 2011
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Mercenary Links Roundup for Tuesday, May 17th (below the jump).

05-17 Tuesday

Soros Sells Most of Gold ETP Holdings During First Quarter – Bloomberg


Companies Fill Up on Debt Before Fed Ends Easy Credit – WSJ.com
Richard Koo: Why An Unwind Of QE2 Could Lead To The Biggest Depression Yet


Russell Napier: The Bear Market Bottom Will Be S&P 400 | zero hedge
As Firms Rev Up, the Slack – WSJ.com


Geithner Wants Debt Ceiling “Done and Clean” in July – WSJ.com


Former Gov. Schwarzenegger fathered a child with member of household staff
Schwarzenegger Scandal Hurts Political Clout – Bloomberg
Schwarzenegger Whispers Become an Admission – NYTimes.com


Grains Surge On Weather Threats, Hedge Fund Reshuffling – WSJ.com
Oyster Herpes in France Ravages Harvest – Bloomberg


High Gas Prices Take Toll on Sales at Wal-Mart, Lowe’s – WSJ.com
Cuban oil rig set to cause waves in Washington | Reuters


BP Defeat Puts Arctic Oil Trove Back in Play – Bloomberg
Questions About BP’s Strategy After Rosneft Deal Fails – NYTimes.com


Further Help for Greece Is Tied to Deficit Cuts – NYTimes.com
Protests Mount in Spain; Sovereign Debt Crisis to Follow


The Dollar, Long Down, May Be Poised to Rise – NYTimes.com
FX Concepts Pares Negative Dollar Bets – WSJ.com
E.U. Official Defends Euro in China – NYTimes.com


Strauss-Kahn Atop I.M.F. – Contradiction and Energy – NYTimes.com
Pressure Mounts on Strauss-Kahn to Resign – Bloomberg
Accuser Is ‘Afraid,’ ‘Overwhelmed’ – WSJ.com



McDonald’s comes under fire ahead of annual meeting | Reuters
HP disappoints investors; Dell shines | Reuters


S.&.P. Takes Iceland Off Watch List for Possible Downgrade – NYTimes.com


Sources: Raiders knew mission a one-shot deal – Navy News
Egyptian Saif al-Adel now acting leader of al Qaeda, ex-militant says
Saudi Arabia Defies Mideast Upheaval – Bloomberg


Fresh Tales of Chaos Emerge From Early in Nuclear Crisis – WSJ.com
In Japan Reactor Failings, Danger Signs for the U.S. – NYTimes.com
TEPCO admits nuclear meltdown occurred at Fukushima 16 hours after quake


In Silicon Valley, Buying Companies for Their Engineers – NYTimes.com
The Invisible Stock Bubble – SmartMoney.com
LinkedIn IPO likely a success, but risks real | Reuters


H.P. and Dell Say Slower Sales of PCs Affected Revenues – NYTimes.com
IPad’s ‘Buzz Saw’ Success Cuts Into PC Sales – Bloomberg


Netflix Now The Largest Single Source of Internet Traffic In North America
Microsoft’s Bill Gates says he advocated Skype takeover


Biggest Investment Boom in Two Decades Spurs 4% Global Growth
European Shipping Lines Raided Over Possible Collusion on Rates


Chinese IPOs No Longer Sizzling – WSJ.com
China’s Latest Food Scandal: Exploding Watermelons
China’s sugar rush may be ending | James Saft
For China, Logistics Improvements Would Deliver Big – WSJ.com


China Captivated by Billionaire’s Elopement With Mistress
New Strategies to Revive Victims of Cardiac Arrest – WSJ.com
In Book, Sugar Ray Leonard Says Coach Sexually Abused Him
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