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- China Bond Risk Exceeds Ireland as Defaults Unavoidable (Yumi Teso, Liau Y-Sing and Fion Li, Bloomberg) Chinese government backed debt now has default premiums (CDS – credit default swaps) double those of Japan and France and are even larger than those for Ireland.
- Keynesian Myths, Monetary Central Planning and The Triumph of The Warfare State – Part 1 (David Stockman, Contra Corner) From David Stockman’s new web site. See GEI News. Part 2 and Part 3 also posted.
- Europa’s Water Geysers Entice Scientists to Send a Probe—but Can NASA Do It on the Cheap? (Clara Moskowitz, Scientific American) Some are arguing that NASA should spend more on a probe of Jupiter’s water-rich moon.
Today there are 15 articles discussed ‘behind the wall’. The last 5 are about bitcoin.
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