Friday look-in: quake fallout
- March 11th, 2011
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A look back at how the Kobe earthquake affected the Japanese markets. (Global Macro Monitor)
Rail traffic growth is slowing. (Pragmatic Capitalism)
Should the Fed respond to commodity price increases? (Economist’s View)
The fight over state pensions is just beginning. (NYTimes)
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