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John Paulson did not have a good May.  (FT also Clusterstock, Zero Hedge)

Everybody, not just investment types, talk their book.  (The Reformed Broker)

On the value of keeping some figurative distance from Wall Street.  (Market Anthropology)

It is still tough to find signs of future inflation. (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Despite weakness in employment, the Fed is still “watching and waiting.”  (Economist’s View)

Review and Preview

Natural gas and Korean equities bucked the downward trend last week.  (Global Macro Monitor)

Taking the temperature of the global economy via last week’s survey results.  (Gavyn Davies)

Market action is making cash look all the more attractive at this time.  (A Dash of Insight)

A look at the relatively light economic calendar for the forthcoming week.  (Calculated Risk)

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