Good riddance 2010

FinanceAsia readers will be glad to see the back of 2010, according to our latest web poll.
This turkey named "Apple" can breathe a sigh of relief after being pardoned by President Obama from becoming a Thanksgiving feast this year.
This turkey named "Apple" can breathe a sigh of relief after being pardoned by President Obama from becoming a Thanksgiving feast this year.

Last week we asked our readers to let us know what they were most thankful for as they sat down for their turkey feasts at Thanksgiving.

Most said they were just happy to get through 2010, which was pitched as our middle-of-the-road option. The other choices were “Having had a great year”, which was for the ECM guys, and “Just having a job”, which was for the equity derivatives guys.

As it turned out, our grumpy readers exactly balanced our happy readers, and those in the middle were just slightly ahead of both. We would probably see a similar distribution if we simply asked people if they were generally happy, sad or somewhere...

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