Saturday, January 15, 2011

Weekend Reading: Seventies bogue

China: credit and bank requirements surge. FT
Korea innovates on macroprudential. Gillian Tett
Commodity speculation. FT
No to position limits. Zero Hedge
Jim rogers goes for rice. Zero Hedge
Weather worries. AR Screencast (including our own Flashman)
Indian inflation on charge. Bloomberg
German inflation up. Bloomberg
US inflation up. Calculated Risk
Sustainability of recovery. Tim Duy
US demand is all about exports. Econompic
China bust. Colin Kruger

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

For those who missed Gonzalo Lira's hyperinflation in america and how it will happen:

http://www.businessinsider.com/how-hyperinflation-will-happen-in-america-2010-9

heyworth said...

If you read Gonzalo Lira's article, you should also read Mish's article explaining why it won't happen:

http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/2010/09/debating-flat-earth-society-about.html

Anonymous said...

And Max Keiser as to why it will( via NIA):

http://maxkeiser.com/2011/01/04/the-national-inflation-association-is-pleased-to-announce-its-top-10-predictions-for-2011-my-comments-included/

No one really knows.

That is what makes it so interesting - we are in uncharted territory: massive stimulus packages; Bernank print machine in overdrive; PIIGS in peril; China property bubble/food inflation; developing economies overpopulated underemployed powderkegs; California, Florida, Illinois et al bankrupt; endemic financial corruption and fraud; taxpayers footing the bill; pre-eminence of the "Kleptocracy"; commodities manipulation; major global financial institutions illiquid at best, insolvent more probable; outstanding deriviatives market estimated at between $500-700 trillion; austerity measures by failed economies...ad infinitum.

Buckle up - it's going to be a bumpy ride!

David Llewellyn-Smith said...

That's some list...

Anonymous said...

And just to finish off the weekend read, here is the excellent Doug Noland (Prudent Bear) - of particular interest his lengthy Issues 2011.

http://prudentbear.com/index.php/creditbubblebulletinview?art_id=10492

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