Links: Jim Simons on CNBC, Warren Buffett (No Double Dip), Albert Edwards, Pento on Interest Rates, BofA (9/13/2010)

Banks Rise as Basel Gives Firms Eight Years to Comply - BusinessWeek

The graphs indicate bonds are at inflection point - Citywire

Microsoft Said to Plan Debt Sale to Pay for Dividends, Buybacks - Bloomberg

Chart of the Day: Beware Downward Adjustments to Earnings Estimates (by David Rosenberg) - Credit Writedowns

Hussman: Watch the lagging indicators - Credit Writedowns

Jim Simons (Renaissance Technologies): Market 'Resilient,' Not Going Much Lower - CNBC [3 part video - Market Outlook, Flash Crash, Future of Renaissance and Math for America]

Albert Edwards (Societe Generale): Market Is Still Deluding Itself - Pragmatic Capitalism

Buffett Rules Out Double-Dip Recession Amid Growth - Bloomberg

Warren Buffett Still Doesn't Expect 'Double-Dip' Recession - CNBC

For Bad News Bulls, Adversity Is Opportunity (featuring Albert Edwards, John Paulson) - Dealbook

Mutual Funds Are “All In” -

U.K. Housing Market Gauge Falls to Lowest Since May 2009 as Supply Climbs - Bloomberg

BofA Owes $20 Billion in Loan Buybacks, Insurers Say - BusinessWeek

San Francisco Fed Warns Of Sluggish Growth, Weak Wages, And Falling Inflation - BusinessInsider

The Fed Will Lose Control Of Interest Rates If It Keeps Creating More And More Cash - By Michael Pento of EuroPac - BusinessInsider

Coffee Rally Peaking As Funds Pare Bets on Surplus Up 500% - Bloomberg

Border Patrol agents fire into Mexico during bust - AP