What We Read Today 09 July 2013

July 9th, 2013
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The top of today's reading list has Michael Hudson's discussion of debt deflation and privatization following the credit bubble  ........ and the last article is Ian Bremmer's analysis of the economic dilemmas facing both China and the U.S.

Follow up:

  • World GDP (The Economist)  Four years after the worst of the financial crisis and the world appears to be faltering again.


  • Are we having fun yet? {John Lancaster, London Review of Books)  About the banks’ barely believable behavior.

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