What We Read Today 12 April 2013

April 12th, 2013
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The top of today's reading list is Michael Hudson's discussion of Margaret Thatcher's legacy of failed privatization........ and the last article discusses the next Korean War.

Follow up:

  • Greece Challenged by JGBs for Most-Volatile Bonds (Masaki Kondo, Mariko Ishikawa and Yumi Ikeda, Bloomberg)  High volatility in Japanese bonds a function of relatively large differences between very small numbers.  The implication that Japan is the new Greece is merely statistical hype and a misrepresentation.

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