Meredith Whitney Stands by Her Dire Muni Land Predictions


Geithner attempts to hash through capital control issues in Brazil. [CNBC]

Guess what? Monetary policy isn't a precise science with easily predicted results. [Bloomberg]

SEC lawyers—who missed Madoff crimes—get major hookups at private law firms [NY Post]

Santander bids on Polish bank. [DealBook]

"Nile Revolution" isn't going away. [Reuters]

Muslim Brotherhood may participate in talks with Egyptian government. [FT]

"This was a night for a new Green Bay era and a new Packer team." [Wall Street Journal]

HuffPo sold to AOL for $315 million. [DealBook]

Seems logical enough: "Assange Fled Sweden After Arrest Threat" [Wall Street Journal]

Are Obama's dreams of a "Sputnik moment" moment to be short-circuited by short term thinking? [New Yorker —Hat Tip: Zero Hedge]

Meredith Whitney stands by her dire muni land predictions—but details are still a little vague. [Reuters]

Such a great Superbowl commercial: It makes you realize how much we long to buy American. [Hulu]