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Finance and Economics Editor, Guardian US — Guardian

Money whisperer. Analyzing Wall St and business since 1999. Editor of US finance and economics for @GuardianUS. Alum of @WSJ. Fan of animal GIFs. Hi.

Playing with other people's money: Will Jamie Dimon get his way again?

theguardian.com — If you want to understand what's wrong with the US financial system, start by asking this question: why does Jamie Dimon always get his way? Dimon is the charismatic chief executive of the nation's biggest bank, JP Morgan. JP Morgan has $2.5tn in assets and holds more than 10% of all the savings deposits in America.

Congressional budget makes room for big bank bailouts once more

theguardian.com — Congress has agreed to use federal deposit insurance, which was designed to protect the savings accounts of consumers, to cover risky trading by the nation's biggest banks. In a small provision in the budget bill, Congress agreed to allow banks to house their trading of swaps and derivatives alongside customer deposits, which are insured by the federal government against losses.

Controversial Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Michael Jeffries to retire

theguardian.com — Abercrombie & Fitch's longtime and controversial CEO Michael Jeffries is retiring, effective immediately, as the once-hip teen clothing chain's sales decline. Jeffries is also retiring from the retailer's board of directors. He has served as CEO since February 1992, according to CapitalIQ.

Delia's, purveyor of 90s teen trends, files for bankruptcy protection

theguardian.com — The teen retailer Delia's, a beloved purveyor of flowered dresses and chunky shoes for young women in the 1990s, is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and plans to sell all its merchandise and shut down.

Conversation with @caseyjohnston and @rivveting

US braces for disappointing jobs numbers affected by Thanksgiving storms

theguardian.com — Economists were concerned that November jobs numbers would disappoint after storms swept the country during Thanksgiving week. "The November report today is a real wild card," wrote Ian Shepherdson of Pantheon Macroeconomics. "Seasonals, weather effects and a tendency to be under-reported initially all threaten the number."

New York Times veterans depart in round of early exit packages

theguardian.com — Several New York Times veterans publicly announced their exits on Monday night, including the paper's own media reporter covering the "troubled newspaper industry". The newspaper, seeking to cut costs,, has set aside $21m in severance payments and wants to slash 100 editorial jobs in total.

New York Times veterans to exit after buyouts

theguardian.com — The newsroom of the New York Times was tense Monday as staffers marked the departures of several senior editors and speculated about which of their colleagues would take early exit packages and which could be laid off.

New York Fed chief gets grilled at Senate hearing on oversight failures

theguardian.com — A Senate hearing on the Federal Reserve's oversight of banks turned into a roast of New York Federal Reserve president William Dudley, who tried to fend off complaints from several angry senators and counted not one supporter on his side.

US economy is improving after Ebola worries, Federal Reserve suggests

theguardian.com — A weak housing market weighed on the US economy, while the fear of Ebola put some brief pressure on the stock markets, according to the newly released minutes of the last Federal Reserve meeting in October.
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Dec 18, 2014

RT @lindsayism: You guys, I have a feeling next year we're gonna put aside our petty differences and all band together to just DO THE NEWS!

Dec 18, 2014

RT @iaivanova: It's like me + housing costs RT @byHeatherLong: College students are hopeless at estimating their student loans theguardian.com/money/us-money…

Dec 18, 2014

RT @sethdmichaels: @moorehn this is like that episode of "30 Rock" where Liz Lemon blames everything on a fictional character named "Dan Snitterman"

Dec 18, 2014

RT @davebry9: Great-looking duck all alone in Central Park reservoir. Puffin-like. Dives down for long periods of time. What kind? pic.twitter.com/qr4LQi5D4q

Dec 18, 2014

RT @ryanjtracy: Before she took on Citi this week, @Senwarren had "strong words" with Jamie Dimon. on.wsj.com/1AwnZaE

Dec 18, 2014

Dick Cheney? Not a mastermind. Merely a puppet for this CIA intelligence officer, we are supposed to believe. newyorker.com/news/news-desk…

Dec 18, 2014

RT @techstepper: @moorehn A channeling of institutional blame on an individual they can distance themselves from. Classic script, that.

Dec 18, 2014

Stories like pretend that failures like this are one person. It's systemic, guys. So many people involved! newyorker.com/news/news-desk…

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