BOSTON (TheStreet) -- More worries over the European debt crisis lead your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Monday, Nov. 28.
Monday's 5 Biggest Stories
Europe takes a step in the direction of solving the debt problem with the
European Financial Stability Facility
, aiming to make budget discipline legally binding and enforceable.
Even as Europe looks to bind its nations, there is louder talk of a
euro region country credit rating
is now threatened by the debt crisis, says Moody's.
via Washington Post
Speaking of debt problems, if Italy thinks it's getting bailed out by the IMF, it's got another thing coming.
You're never going to believe this: Banks took emergency loans from the
during the financial crisis, made $13 billion with it and used the money to get bigger.
Quote of the Day
"The best way to keep a non-violent movement non-violent is to throw a party, and keep it festive and atmospheric," an
Occupy Wall Street protestor in Los Angeles
said of the group's decision to celebrate their movement rather than vacate their encampment as instructed.
is prepping new updates to its MacBook Air laptop line.
will begin selling Dunder Mifflin-branded products. No word yet on Dwight Schrute bobbleheads.
shares will double, says a hedge fund manager burned on the short side who now is long on the stock.
sales jump from last year at a faster-than-expected pace.
Investors just witnessed the
worst Thanksgiving week for stocks
in almost 80 years.
Everything you need to know about the
economic release schedule
for the week ahead.
Reviewing an analyst's call that
oil prices can't fall much
from where they are now.
Calling for the death of social media stocks like
may be premature.
is the favorite stock of hedge funds. New additions to that list of VIP stocks are
Odds and Ends
is the face of Wall Street's arrogance.
I'm already in the holiday mood after hanging decorations this weekend with my kids. Here's my favorite underplayed holiday tune by
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