Around The Net In Ten Posts – Monday May 21, 2012

Here is what I am reading:

  1. Today Germany is the Big Loser, Not Greece (New Economic Perspectives)
  2. Wen hints at more monetary easing (South China Morning Post)
  3. We Are Condemned to Work with Each Other (Spiegel Online)
  4. Fed Proves More Bullish Than Wall Street Forecasting U.S. Growth (Bloomberg)
  5. Lockhart: Conditions Not Right Now for QE3 But Can’t Rule Out (ForexLive)
  6. Pressure mounts on a reluctant ECB to save euro (MarketWatch)
  7. The Current Post-Recession Labor Market in Historical Perspective (Brad Delong)
  8. Why China’s RMB exodus IS the story (FT/Alphaville)
  9. JPMorgan’s debacle, and its parallels to AIG (The Washignton Post)
  10. Hedge Funds Rebuild Euro Bear Bets on Greek Exit Banks Weigh (Bloomberg)

What are you reading?

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