Monday look-in: inflation fears
- January 24th, 2011
This is the first edition of what we plan to be daily (weekday only) early morning linkfests. It is essentially a “live look-in” at the day’s forthcoming linkfest. Tell us what you think.
The ECB and the growing global inflation problem. (WSJ)
Is the food inflation problem merely cyclical? (Money Game)
The week in review and a question: Is the market priced for perfection? (A Dash of Insight)
Acting Apple CEO Tim Cook is “relentless.” (NYTimes)
The economic schedule for the coming week. (Calculated Risk)
The simple, free market solution to the Fannie and Freddie situation: raise their prices. (Bronte Capital)
Why do traders re-tweet each other so much? (The Reformed Broker)
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