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Published : January 22nd, 2013
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Japan in ‘aggressive’ growth move – BBC
Further Yen Weakness Unlikely: Japan’s ‘Mr Yen’ – CNBC
Bundesbank chief warns of threat to central bank independence – AFP
Let elderly people ‘hurry up and die’, says Japanese minister – Guardian
Revolutionary Japan is suddenly the centre of world affairs – Telegraph
World Unemployment to Hit Record High in 2013: ILO – CNBC
The Coming Debt Limit Drama: Government Wins, We Lose – Ron Paul
Republicans unveil measure to suspend debt ceiling until May 19 – The Hill
America’s deficits: The problem is more than fiscal – Summers, Washington Post
2012 Financial Report of the US Government – The Aleph Blog
What Is Driving Growth in Government Spending? – FiveThirtyEight
How Big Should Government Be? – Harvard Business Review

Oil prices above $95 a barrel in European trade – AP
Gold edges above $1,690/oz but weak stocks cap gains – Reuters
Investors Most Optimistic on Stocks in 3 1/2 Years in Poll – Bloomberg
Farmland investors talk of possible Iowa bubble – Des Moines Register
‘Strong Dollar’ Is Lie Told in New Currency War – Pesek, Bloomberg
Don’t worry about currency wars – Salmon, Reuters
Peak oil and other fallacies: John Kemp – Reuters
India hikes import tax on gold by 50% – Reuters
Gold Prices “Need to Break $1700″ – BullionVault
States may follow Illinois precious metals act – BullionStreet

Why Stimulus Has Failed – Project Syndicate
A brief history of macro: How we got here – Economist
Housing rebound gives economy more pop – MarketWatch
German Investor Confidence Increases to 2 1/2-Year High – Bloomberg
Budgetary Tourism: Berlin Looks to Athens for Tips on Austerity – Spiegel
Osborne Warned U.K. Credit Rating at Risk as Budget Gap Widens – Businessweek
King Confronts Triple-Dip Risk as Snow Freezes U.K. – Bloomberg
The Year Everyone Was Wrong (Again) About Home Prices – WSJ
Wall St. Foreclosure Buying is Hot Air For New Housing Bubble – Realty Biz News
Home Values Rise in 2012, But Don’t Expect High Appreciation to Continue – Zillow
Geithner’s Bailouts Didn’t Create Our Mess – Bloomberg
Keynesians and Ponzians – Monty Pelerin’s World

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