Some things I’m reading this morning:

  • Will retailers Black Friday strategies work? (WSJ)
  • Is the largest weekly inflow into bank savings accounts a red flag? (Zerohedge)
  • Bernanke says fiscal cliff fix may bring ‘very good’ year (Bloomberg); see also, Bernanke signaling ‘it’s a bond friendly world’ (CNBC)
  • Ten stocks being bought by some big money managers (Morningstar)
  • A depressing economic forecast from Jeremy Grantham (BusinessInsider)
  • Ex-SAC Capital trader charged in $276 million trading scheme (DealBook)
  • HPQ: blame game swirls as analysts warn raft of worries to continue (Barrons)
  • SEC rocked by lurid sex-and-corruption lawsuit (GQ)
  • Nate Silver’s expert quantification takes the fun out of sports (ESPN)