Extra Credit, Thursday Edition

It’s time: "The Economist does not have a vote, but if it did, it would cast it for Mr Obama. We do so wholeheartedly."

The £5,000bn bailout: "£5,000bn has implicitly or explicitly been made available by central banks and governments since April 2008 to support wholesale funding by banks. That is a genuinely big number. It’s equivalent to about a sixth of the total annual economic output of the whole world."

When the Press Wreaks Havoc: How an erroneous Dow Jones report sent the Dow down 400 points.

Gasparino v. Ratigan: Simply bizarre.

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