Around The Net In Ten Posts – Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Here is what I am reading on Wednesday morning:

  1. Germany rules out common euro bonds (Financial Times)
  2. The world’s ‘New Tigers’ lie ready to pounce (Market Watch)
  3. Merkel Faces Hollande Pleas to Shed Taboos at Crisis Summit (Bloomberg)
  4. BOJ Shirakawa Says No Change to Powerful Easing Stance (The New York Times)
  5. Nick Clegg announces ‘massive’ push for growth after IMF warning (Guardian)
  6. World Bank cuts China growth forecast (South China Morning Post)
  7. The Whiskey Breath of Wall Street: What the Invention of Bourbon Has to Do With  Credit Derivatives (Minyanville)
  8. Tax Talk is about a Moral Sense of What is Right (Economist’s View)
  9. JPMorgan’s Senior Officers’ Addiction to Gambling on Derivatives (The Big Picture)
  10. Implementing Basel III in the European Union: A Deeply Flawed Compromise (The Peterson Institute for International Economics)

What are you reading?

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