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The top of today’s reading list has GEI contributor Washington’s Blog asking if “everything is rigged” …….. and the last article is about the banning of a former president from the upcoming Iranian election.
- Is Every Market Rigged (Washington’s Blog) Washington’s Blog contributres to Global Economic Intersection. European Union Launches Investigation Into Manipulation of Oil Prices Since 2002.
- Can 1994 Bond Collapse Repeat? (Michael Giardina, Financial Planning)
- Marijuana: The Next Diabetes Drug? (Maia Szalavitz, Time, 21 May 2013) Hat tip to Russell Huntley.
- New report raises concerns about expansion of frac sand mines in Minnesota and Wisconsin (Andrew Ranallo, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy)
- Why Penguins Cannot Fly (Matt Kaplan, Nature)
- Exclusive — PALIN: Going Rogue in the Wrong Direction (Breitbart.com, 22 May 2013) “[The president] is either a liar or a hugely incompetent CEO.”
- Republican Party Divisions May Hinder Momentum (Charles Babington, Huffington Post, 22 May 2013)
- Ben Bernanke Crushes Hedge Funds: Average Hedgie Underperforming S&P by 65% In 2013 (Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, 22 May 2013) Hat tip to Russell Huntley.
- Petraeus’s role in drafting Benghazi talking points raises questions (Scott Wilson and Karen DeYoung, The Washington Post, 21 May 2013)
- Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani banned from Iran’s presidential poll (Najmeh Bozorgmeh, Financial Times, 21 May 2013) Former president removed from ballot.
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