What We Read Today 10 May 2013

May 10th, 2013
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The top of today's reading list has an Yves Smith review of foreclosure settlement fiascos........ and the last article is an 18-month old debate between Global Economic Intersection contributors L. Randall Wray and James D. Hamilton about the size (cost) of the financial system bailout.

Follow up:

  • The $29 Trillion Bail-Out: A Resolution and Conclusion (L.Randall Wray, Economonitor)  Hat tip to Roger Erickson.  Now nearly 18 months old, a debate between James D. Hamilton and L. Randall Wray is still interesting reading.  Both Hamilton and Wray have contributed to Global Economic Intersection.

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