Around The Net In Ten Posts – Tuesday June 26, 2012

Here is what I am reading:

  1. Leaders draft federal plan to save the eurozone (The Guardian)
  2. Macroeconomics: what is it good for? [a response to Diane Coyle]  (Jonathan Portes)
  3. The Disastrous Consequences of a Euro Crash (Spiegel Online)
  4. The Treasury won’t do the twist (MarketWatch)
  5. Germany Pressed to Scrap Senior Status on Spain Rescue Loans (Bloomberg)
  6. Democratic Presidents Are Better for the Economy (Bloomberg)
  7. BOE King: UK Not In Liquidity Trap (Market news International)
  8. Lost US Output Over $3 Trillion And Rising (Business Insider)
  9. A Brixit looms (Economists)
  10. Do falling commodity prices imply disinflation ahead? (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta)

What are you reading?

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