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Morning Money Links: BofA CEO's 'no more bailouts' pledge; resort homeowners sue for $24 billion; what kind of bear are you?

January 4, 2010 | 11:35 am

--- Taxpayers, write this down: Bank of America’s new CEO, Brian Moynihan, says he intends to “make sure we never need government support again.” He also says “the worst is behind us” in the credit mess.

--- Anger in paradise: Credit Suisse is sued for $24 billion by investors who bought land or homes in four now-struggling luxury resorts, including Montana’s Yellowstone Club and Nevada's Lake Las Vegas.

--- Economists’ biggest worry of 2010: Inflation. Which may mean we should stop worrying about it.

--- You're a bear on the stock market? But what kind of bear? A field guide to seven species.

-- Tom Petruno