The Financialist: ’10 Shares you should have bought during the financial crisis.’

13th September 2012

Quote of the day

Joris Luyendijk, "You don't fix Libor over a decade without lots of people knowing. Still, people don't speak out. And they don't because they are under-protected. (BBC)

Chart of the day


Why US manufacturing is crumbling again. (Business Insider)


60% jump in profits for John Lewis. (Independent)

Next boosts its dividend by 13% but sounds cautionary note. (Motley Fool, ShareCast)

Despite Burberry's profits warning, the long-term prospects for luxury goods remain positive. (Guardian, Mindful Money)


10 Shares you should have bought during the financial crisis. (Motley Fool)

It's not all that bad for UK equities… least not in the long run. (Morningstar)

Understanding price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios – part one. (Citywire)


London set to collide with Berlin over euro zone banking regulator.  (Telegraph)

Has the European Central Bank begun to develop Latin characteristics? (Capitalism and Freedom)

Clive Cook, "Think about it, Germany. Resurrect the deutsche mark, and do the rest of Europe a favor. You'll be the biggest loser." (Bloomberg)


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