Around The Net In Ten Posts – Friday July 6, 2012

Here is what I am reading:

  1. Barclays Corrupts Libor and Maybe a Lot More (Bloomberg)
  2. China Swaps Fall, Yuan Weakens After Rate Cut: Shanghai Mover (SFGate)
  3. Jim Rogers Explains Why He’s Still Bullish On Oil? (CNBC)
  4. Let Us Have a Constitutional Moment Here, Nino… (Brad DeLong)
  5. Internal adjustment of the real exchange rate: Does it work? (VOX EU)
  6. What Euro Crisis? (Project Syndicate)
  7. India Weighs Providing Free Drugs at State-Run Hospitals (The New York Times)
  8. ECB Interest Rate Cut Inspires Little Hope (Spiegel Online)
  9. IMF to trim growth forecast as global crisis deepens (The Telegraph)
  10. What Is Financial Reform in China? (EconoMonitor)

What are you reading?

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