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January 2, 2011

Starting the New Year off Right.

  1. Disclosure Rules for Economists « The Baseline Scenario Should be a necessity.
  2. Bill Gross Telling Bloomberg To “Avoid Dollar Denominated Government Debt” Probably Means Bond Rout Is Over | zero hedge:  Does anyone talk their book more than Bill Gross?
  3. Marginal Revolution: What will happen with real wages?:  The big question.  As long as real wages in the major countries are stagnant for 90% of the population, how much real economic progress are we making?
  4. Which US states are the most corrupt? – Barking up the wrong tree:  I live in Illinois.
  5. A stunning year in climate science reveals that human civilization is on the precipice « Climate Progress
  6. martin wolf’s exchange | Economic commentary from the Financial Times – FT.com: Good question from a smart man.
  7. Foreclosure Mill Attorney Explains How to Commit Fraud | The Big Picture: Ouch.
  8. Back off SEC: Let’s Put the “Risk” of Secondary Markets in Perspective:  For many securities and investments, these secondary markets are great news.
  9. EconomicPolicyJournal.com: Totally Busted: The Truth About Goldman’s Bailout by the Fed:  Fed purchases $100bn in MBS from Goldman.  I do not have access to Bloomberg right now, so I cannot look up the Goldman deals.  Was this the Magnetar Trade on a $100bn scale?
  10. Happy New Year from the North Sea.  Or, Secrecy by Complexity: More terrifying information from Mr. McDonald.
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