Monthly Archives: January 2011

Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging! windows has closed live spaces, which i was using as a work area for the global glass onion; this space has been converted to wordpress, … Continue reading

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the coming chinese hegemony

 first published Sunday, March 7, 2010 a recent Bloomberg article noted that  Goldman Sachs maintained its forecast for 11.4 percent GDP growth for china even after after its central bank raised reserve requirements for lenders twice within a month…as MW666 … Continue reading

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ZIRP and ZMP – Krugman – From my point of view, the current slump is just about what we should have expected given that we had a nasty financial crisis and continue to have a lot of over-leveraged players in the … Continue reading

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Talking about Commercial Property Prices in U.S. Decline to Eight-Year Low, Moody’s Says – Bloomberg

 Dollar/euro Irrelevance –  A number of comments, both here and on my euro article, focus a lot, one way or another, on the respective roles of the euro and the dollar as international currencies; some of the comments drop dark … Continue reading

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The poor are getting poorer

The sun rises two days early in Greenland, sparking fears that climate change is accelerating – The sun over Greenland has risen two days early, baffling scientists and sparking fears that Arctic icecaps are melting faster than previously thought. Experts … Continue reading

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■FDIC to vote on how to liquidate firms

Europe Fears Motives Of Chinese Super-Creditor  – Herman Van Rompuy, Europe’s president, said during a visit to Downing Street that the Chinese may have "political" thoughts in the back of their minds for coming to Europe’s help, and gave a … Continue reading

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Paving the Way for QE2

One Take on Science vs. Faith   Europe Failed to Clear ‘Skepticism’ on Debt Crisis, IMF Says – Europe has yet to allay investor “skepticism” about the sustainability of the region’s debt, and any spread of the crisis would cloud global … Continue reading

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