My afternoon train reading:
• Putting the 2012 Rally In Perspective (Marketbeat)
• The Importance of Printing Your Own Currency (Economist’s View)
• Simon Johnson: Big Banks Have a Big Problem (Economix) Financial groups lobby over ‘too big to fail’ (FT.com)
• GIs Fighting Nazis Last Time Factory Workers Toiled Longer (Bloomberg)
• The flaw at the heart of Keynesian economics (The Money Illusion) but see Four Big Flaws in Progressive Attacks on Keynesianism (Next New Deal)
• Inflated Salaries: Merkel Joins Battle against Executive Pay (Spiegel)
• Steve Jobs Standard Looms Over Samsung’s Shin With Galaxy (Bloomberg) see also Google Android Chief Andy Rubin Steps Aside (WSJ)
• Huge Flight of Rich after French Tax Hikes? Nope. (Economist’s View)
• Why the NRA keeps talking about mental illness, rather than guns (The Economist)
• Hard Math: Adding Up Just How Little We Actually Move (WSJ)
What are you reading?
Britain’s austerity is indefensible
Category: Financial Press
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