Saturday Night Open Thread

Saturday, October 11, 2008 | 07:00 PM

What is keeping the bees buzzing in the heartland tonite?

Speak forth in comments, and please include your town/city/state nation for entertainment purposes 

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I think this post from Calculated Risk is worth pondering;

"From the WSJ: U.K. Banks to Announce Bailout Details

Some of the U.K.'s largest banks are expected to detail early Monday their participation in a bailout plan that could force the departure of some of their top executives, according to people familiar with the situation.

The announcement, aimed for about 7 a.m., is expected to include details on how much will be raised from the government and private investors.
One plan under consideration is to shutter London stock trading to allow investors to digest the news. That plan hasn't been finalized ..."

So the Brits start with a stock market holiday and if that doesn't work do they/we move to a bank holiday?


Posted by: Dale | Oct 11, 2008 7:07:37 PM

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