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It’s “game on” in Silicon Valley these days.  (WSJ)

Twitter wants TweetDeck.  (WSJ, TechCrunch)

If Glencore is selling should you be buying?  (Bloomberg)

Why Treasuries might catch a bid.  (Data Diary)

Muni bonds are not like other bond sectors.  (NetNet)

What does S&P’s move imply for monetary policy?  (Money Game also Bloomberg)

The lesson from S&P:  in the long term the US’ fiscal situation is unsustainable.  (Gavyn Davies)

Any potential Greek debt restructuring is now a wholly political event.  (FT Alphaville, Smart Money Europe)

What’s driving the rise in consumer inflation expectations?  (Economist’s View)

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