Links: 2010-11-10

  • Merkel Prepares for G-20: ‘Our Export Success Shows How Competitive German Products Are’ – SPIEGEL ONLINE
  • China raises bank reserves as cash inflows surge | Reuters
  • Back to a Gold Standard? – Room for Debate – NYTimes.com
  • Too big to fail bank plans may be softened | Reuters
  • David Cameron warns China over economic policies – Telegraph
  • FT.com – Doubts grow over ‘peripheral’ eurozone nations
  • FT.com – GM reports $2bn profit ahead of IPO
  • Chinese trade surplus brings currency war into focus | Business | guardian.co.uk
  • BBC News – Today – Bruton: Ireland to rely on exports to clear debts
  • FT.com – Robert Skidelsky – A golden opportunity for monetary reform
  • Install Android 2.2 Over the Air on a Jailbroken iPhone 3G – Lifehacker
  • Capital controls won’t stop inflows | beyondbrics | FT.com
  • BBC: Why you should care about the ‘currency wars’ | Credit Writedowns
  • BBC News – General Motors prepares for profitable future
  • BBH Weekly FXView: The Greenback Snaps Back | Credit Writedowns
  • Apple is still screwing it up | Credit Writedowns
  • Ben Bernanke: The Chauncey Gardiner of Central Banking | Credit Writedowns
  • 20 Million Android Devices Sold in Q3 [REPORT] – Mashable
  • Euro Erosion | Credit Writedowns
  • QE2 and the Titanic | Credit Writedowns
  • South Korea proposed 14% withholding tax puts spotlight on ‘currency war’ | Credit Writedowns
  • Dollar Firm but Sterling Stellar | Credit Writedowns
  • FT.com – Martin Wolf – The Fed is right to turn on the tap
  • Stephen Roach: QE represents ‘what got us into the mess’ | Credit Writedowns
  • Wirtschaftsboom: Brüderle wirbt für kräftiges Lohnplus – SPIEGEL ONLINE – Nachrichten – Politik
  • Forschungsausgaben: Deutsche Konzerne hängen US-Konkurrenz ab – SPIEGEL ONLINE – Nachrichten – Wirtschaft
  • The Wealth Gap | Credit Writedowns
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