Around The Net In Ten Posts – Thursday July 12, 2012

Here is what I am reading:

  1. EU’s New Crisis Model Gives Spain More Time for Cuts (Bloomberg)
  2. The New Global Economy’s (Relative) Winners (Project Syndicate)
  3. The problem with ‘structural’ explanations for U.S. unemployment (Bloomberg)
  4. China’s ‘5 apocalypses’ signal global recession (MarketWatch)
  5. New Highs, New Lows, Yield Greed (The Aleph Blog)
  6. We Can’t Head Into Recession If We Haven’t Had a Fixed Investment Cycle (Minyanville)
  7. The Bullish Alternative – A Mid-Year Update (Briefing.Com)
  8. The Puzzling Pre-FOMC Announcement “Drift” (The Federal Reserve Bank Of New York)
  9. FOMC Minutes Not a Smoking Gun (Tim Duy’s Fed Watch)
  10. Debt, deleveraging and crisis in the US (Martin Wolf Exchange)

What are you reading?

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