Around The World In Ten Posts – Thursday June 14, 2012

Here is what I am reading:

  1. The Fiscal Legacy of George W. Bush (Bruce Bartlett – Economix)
  2. Economy’s Mixed Blessing: Commodity Prices Fall (The New York Times)
  3. The End of the World as We Know It (Dani Rodrik – Project Syndicate)
  4. Spanish crisis needs some shock and awe to calm the markets (The Guardian)
  5. Merkel rejects “miracle solutions,” Spain debt costs soar (Reuters)
  6. Why the Economy Can’t Get Out of First Gear (Robert Reich)
  7. Fed Watch: Is Anyone Answering the Phones at the ECB? (Economist’s View)
  8. Selective versions of history,  driven by a blinkered ideology, always fail (Bill Mitchell – billy blog)
  9. Wealth by Distribution, Region, and Age (Conversable Economist)
  10. Dow appears to be carving a bottom (Market Watch)

What are you reading?

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