The week in review at Credit Writedowns: 2010-02-06

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  • Jim Chanos still bearish on China, talks malinvestment
  • If PIIGS Could Fly
  • After Greece and Portugal, does Spain come next?
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  • Weaker eurozone manufacturers losing competitiveness
  • Greek bailout news
  • On depreciation, malinvestment and GDP as a gross number
  • The Wall Street Journal’s primer on The Volcker Rule
  • Double Dip Recession and the Obama 2011 Budget
  • Chart of the day: Clusterstock – How the AIG bailout worked
  • Remarks by President Obama to the Republican Caucus
  • The President remains trapped in the talons of the deficit hawks
  • December’s FDIC cease and desist and other administrative orders
  • Chandler: Policy makers are repeating the mistakes of the 1930s
  • Spain is a serious country
  • Stimulus, recovery, patriotism and America’s shining city, Joe Biden style 
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    Economic Data
  • Chart of the day: U.S. savings rate over last 60 years
  • Chart of the Day: Personal Income and Outlays
  • ISM manufacturing survey points to more inventory gains
  • Global manufacturing continued its expansion In January
  • America’s Incredible Consumer Confidence Index
  • Spain’s Incredible Consumer Confidence Index
  • Increasing layoffs could spell trouble for economy
  • Chart of the day: U.S. hiring and layoffs by region
  • Leap in jobless claims is an ominous signal
  • Unemployment number decline is all about seasonal adjustments
  • Employment situation: 9.7% unemployment, 20,000 jobs loss
  • UK house prices now 9.9% above trough
  • GDP up 5.7%, fastest rate since 2003

     

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