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The top of today’s reading list is Mike Shedlock’s analysis of why global oil consumption is declining ……… and the last article is a less than flattering look at the next head of the Bank of England, Mark Carney.
- Oil Consumption Analysis: Jobs, Robots, Manufacturing, Gas Mileage Improvement; What’s the Explanation for Declining Oil Consumption? (Mike Shedlock, Mish’s Global Economic Trend Analysis)
- It Was Not a Free Lunch: The True Cost of the AIG Bailout (James Tillson and Robert E. Prasch, New Economic Perspectives)
- Two Chilling Developments Suggest Asia May Be One Step Away From War (Robert Johnson, Business Insider)
- So David Einhorn is the Dumb Money on Apple (EconMatters) EconMatters is a frequent contributor to Global Economic Intersection.
- Natural tilts in earth’s axis cause ice ages, says Harvard scientist – and their cycles could help predict the next one (Bob Waugh, Mail Online)
- This Before And After Image Of Afghanistan Is Hard To Believe (Geoffrey Ingersoll, Business Insider)
- Has Sahara Always Been a Desert? (Softpedia)
- Drought Fuels Water War Between Texas and New Mexico (Sandra Postel, National Geographic) Read more at GEI about this, here and here.
- Ethical Markets: Transforming Finance Still Top Priority (Hazel Henderson, Corporate Social Rresponsibility Newswire)
- Is Mark Carney the next Alan Greenspan? (Barry Ritholtz, The Big Picture)