Around the Net in 10 Posts – Friday May 11, 2012

Here is what I am reading.

  1. JP Morgan chief reveals $2bn trading loss caused by ‘sloppiness’ (Guardian)
  2. India Takes Middle Road in Manila-Beijing Dispute (WSJ Blogs)
  3. After Weak Imports, Investors Say ‘China Down But Not Out’ (Forbes)
  4. Easy Useless Economics (The New York Times)
  5. Faber Sees ’87-Type Crash If U.S. Stocks Rise Without QE3 (Bloomberg)
  6. Buba’s softening on inflation (FT Blog)
  7. Why Apple doesn’t provide the best examples of creativity (The Economic Times)
  8. Oil, gold take hits for their own good (MarketWatch)
  9. Japan Will Follow Europe With a Debt Crisis (CNBC)
  10. How Brazil Is Making an Example of Chevron (BusinessWeek)

What are you reading?

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