Around The Net in Ten Posts – Tuesday May 15, 2012

Here is the Tuesday morning read:

  1. Outlook darkens as China FDI drops (South China Morning Post)
  2. RBA ‘well placed’ to cut rates more (Sydney Morning Herald)
  3. Merkel Won’t Budge on Austerity Despite Setback (Spiegel Online)
  4. Another Earth Needed to Meet Humans’ Demand for Resources (Bloomberg)
  5. Greece May Have to Leave Euro Zone if It Can’t Meet Commitments (WSJ Blogs)
  6. Strong German GDP eases Euro Zone fears (Financial Times)
  7. The fallacy of dollar-cost averaging (MarketWatch)
  8. Incessant government meddling pushing Brazil back into bear mode (Emerging Money)
  9. In Washington, Mixed Messages Over Tighter Rules for Wall St (New York Times)
  10. Berkshire 2012: The Times They Are A-Changing and Other Observations (Jeff Matthews In Not Making This Up)

What are you reading?

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