'NYSE Margin Debt Hits Fresh Post-Lehman High'


Breaking BRICs: Geithner wants Brazil's help on undervalued renminbi. [FT]

Dueling slide shows: Berokwitz hits back at Einorn! [Business Insider]

Intense media navel gazing: AOL/HuffPo Edition. [CNET]

Common sense: Coming to TSA checkpoint near you? [NY Times]

Americans are getting poorer—unless they're not. [Economix]

"Egyptian Resorts CEO Kamel Says Optimistic Tourism Will Pick Up" (Yeah: Good luck with that.) [Bloomberg]

Part of the problem with politics is that you never get credit for how bad things might have gone if you'd done nothing. [Wall Street Journal]

Egypt frees Google exec. [NY Times]

"To understand President Obama's speech to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Monday morning, it's helpful to think of the president as an aggrieved parent and the business community as the teenager who's sick and tired of the rules of the house." (Wow: Really?) [CBS News]

Shocking: FBI reportedly investigating Scientology—for human trafficking. [NY Post]

"NYSE Margin Debt Hits Fresh Post-Lehman High" (Chart shows investors negative net worth.) [ZeroHedge]