I have a bit of a backlog of links that I am releasing here. So some of these links are from late last week. Expect a lot more tomorrow. On Friday, I will be in transit the whole day and will probably not post.
Caterpillar slashes outlook, plans more cost cuts | Reuters
Jim Chanos is short Caterpillar I understand. He believes the slowdown in China will have a material impact on the company
Defense firms weathering budget cuts more easily than expected - The Washington Post
Weiner Not Dropping Out of NYC Mayoral Race | TIME.com
Right now, Larry Summers is the front-runner for Fed chair
Shock and Awe(ful) - Tim Duy's Fed Watch
The Time Bernanke Got It Wrong - NYTimes.com
From late last week:"It is amazing that a lot of criticism of the Federal Reserve today focuses on what ...
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