News from around the web: 2009-08-19


This is a long list of posts from around the web.  Yesterday, I had pretty limited Internet access, so I doubled up on my links today.



  • United States Inequality in the Recovery Period – The Baseline Scenario
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  • PIMCO’S El-Erian: U.S. stock rally has hit a wall | Reuters
  • Does Language Shape What We Think?: Scientific American
  • James Pethokoukis – America’s new love affair with Treasury bonds
  • Twenty Percent of Spanish Mortgages Now Considered To Be High Risk – Edward Hugh
  • Future Angst? Brain Scans Show Uncertainty Fuels Anxiety
  • Economist’s View: "Odd WSJ Story on Vermont"
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  • Germany braces for second wave of credit crunch – Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
  • Department stores had terrible July | The Japan Times Online
  • GM raises production as clunker sales rise | Reuters
  • Why we need to regulate the banks sooner, not later – Kenneth Rogoff
  • Personality Traits Associated With Stress And Worry Can Be Hazardous To Your Health
  • Securitization, Deregulation, and Financial Crisis – Levy Economics Institute
  • Vermont, Texas, and Subprime Loans – The Baseline Scenario
  • Chinese shares tip into a bear market – Telegraph
  • California to get $1.5-billion loan from JPMorgan Chase —
  • Is it 1930? | Free exchange |
  • Warren Buffett – The Greenback Effect –
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