Contingency Plan B

June 28, 2011

Mercenary Links Roundup for Monday, June 27th (below the jump).

06-27 Monday

Europe looks for contingency plan B –

Ailing Greece Tries National Tag Sale –
French Banks Ready to Help Greek Bailout –
Papandreou Faces Parliament on Second Austerity Call as EU Deadline Looms
Greek Unions Strike as Papandreou Seeks Support – Bloomberg

Fate of the Euro Central to Merkel’s Dilemma –
Germany’s season of angst: why a prosperous nation is turning on itself

U.S. Money Funds Risk Losses From Europe Crisis – Bloomberg
Spanish Banks Hiding Over $70 Billion In Bad Real Estate, El Confidencial Finds

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Australian Dollar Trades Near Three-Month Low Versus Yen on Growth Outlook
Pound’s woes underline fears over UK debt exposure –
Dollar seen losing global reserve status –
Even Euro Speculators Now on the Run – The Source – WSJ

China’s Auditor Warns of Risks From Local Debt –
China’s local debt problem is bigger than it looks | beyondbrics
China Firms Face Research Armies –

Rosenberg Explains “The Artificial Recovery” | zero hedge
Rising Global Interest Rates Create Headwinds

China and Britain Make $2.2 Billion in Trade Deals –
Five economic lessons from Sweden, the rock star of the recovery
Hedge Funds Seek a Slice of Japan’s $740 Billion Pension Funds After Quake

Why China’s Heading for a Hard Landing, Part 1: A. Gary Shilling – Bloomberg
Shilling: China Heading for a Hard Landing, Pt. 2 – Bloomberg
China Stocks Priced for Hard Landing Hint Second-Half Rally by Top Brokers

Brazil’s Boom Creates Demand for Talent –
Yen influx into Brazil set to grow –
In Nigeria, ‘Lace’ Market Reflects Rising Middle Class –

Jury Convicts Blagojevich –

Spectre of stagnating incomes stalks globe –
Government, Individual Debt Hamstrings Recovery –
Rich? Have We Got the Credit Card for You –
Firms Loosen Grip on Cash –

Tobacco Companies Fight Australian Cigarette Bill –
Moody’s Cuts Toyota Rating –

Kuwait Council Approves $14.5 Billion Refinery Project, Oil Minister Says
Europe Stifles Drivers in Favor of Mass Transit and Walking –
France to Spend $1.5 Billion on Nuclear Safety –
Canada’s Tar Sands And Brazil’s Rainforest | The New Republic

Afghan Central Banker Resigns, Fearing for Life –
Dubai Denies Neighbors Fuel as City Struggles to Pay Off Debt: Arab Credit

Google Threatened With $421 Million Claim in France –
Microsoft puts Office in the cloud, confronts Google | Reuters

Is Shyness an Evolutionary Tactic? –
Online Dating: Sex, Love, and Loneliness : The New Yorker
Prostitutes In Canada Are Making $15,000/Week Because Of Rising Oil Prices
Justin Timberlake: A Free Man in L.A. | Vanity Fair
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