Around The Net In Ten Posts – Wednesday June 13, 2012

Here is what I am reading:

  1. H.K. Pledges Currency Peg After Review Urged (BusinessWeek)
  2. Angry Bagmaker Shows China Slowdown Worst in Wenzhou (Bloomberg)
  3. How Germans Botched the Spanish Bank Bailout (Bloomberg)
  4. This Time, Europe Really Is on the Brink (Spiegel Online)
  5. Easing Seems Likely, But of What Form? (Tim Duy’s Fed Watch)
  6. How tiny Finland could bring euro crisis to end (MarketWatch)
  7. Failure Is an Option (Democracy Journal)
  8. ‘Merkel Is Like Our President, We Do Whatever She Wants Us To Do’ (Business Insider)
  9. Obama’s business record (The Washington Post)
  10. Asia and domestic leveraged speculators are funding US federal deficit (Sober Look)

What are you reading?

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