Not Stable, Not Credible

June 19, 2011
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Mercenary Links Roundup for Sunday, June 19th (below the jump).

06-19 Sunday

Trichet Says Euro Is “Stable and Credible”


Trichet warns of widening global imbalances | Reuters
Battle lines drawn for a eurozone debt war – Telegraph
Greek crisis threatens European decade of economic implosion | The A-List
Jubak: Back to the brink of disaster


Growing Doubts on Greece’s Ability to Enforce Austerity – NYTimes.com
Premier urges Greeks to avoid catastrophic default | Reuters
Papandreou pleads for unity on crisis
Greece Urged by Germany to Accept Austerity – Bloomberg


UK banks abandon eurozone over Greek default fears – Telegraph
Country Default Risk; Greece Stands Out
Overview: Turbulent week for eurozone


Greek Bailout Leaves French Unruffled While Germany Seethes – Bloomberg



Ceasefire Between Germany And ECB Has Expired: Compromise Plan “Off The Table”
Crisis Hour: Europe May Withhold Half Of €12 Billion Greek Aid
Trichet/Sarkozy 1 Merkel 0 | The Big Picture


Dollar’s Decade-Long Bear Market is Ending, Citigroup’s Fitzpatrick Says
Dollar Won’t Gain on Greek Crisis Due to Fed’s Policy, Axel Merk Says
Pound Weakens Against Dollar Amid Concern Over Pace of Economic Recovery


Europe May Withhold Half of Greek Payment – Bloomberg
Pimco head says EU must change course on Greek aid | Reuters
Germany urges role for private creditors in Greece | Reuters


Euro Jitters Ricochet Across U.S. – WSJ.com
Line drawn in U.S. stocks’ battle | Reuters
Surging Put/Call Ratio May Presage A Waterfall Cascade In Stocks | zero hedge


Chinese Market Breaks Down
Chinese officials stole more than $120-billion and fled overseas, central banks says
Rare earth prices soar as China stocks up


Hong Kong property: ‘quite frightening’
Inflation in China: an irresistible force
Feng Ping’s New Rules for the Chinese Manufacturing Game – Bloomberg


Foreclosure Backlog Gives Homeowners a Reprieve – NYTimes.com
Consumer Confidence Out of Sync With Gains in U.S. Stocks Since March 2009


Funds Reduce Long Positions in Commodities in Bet Global Growth to Decline
Analysis-High-Frequency Trade Sparks Commodity Flash Fires – NYTimes.com
Commodities out of favour
Goldman Sachs Said to Open Physical Commodities Trading Office in Houston


You’re Not Imagining It — The Gold Miners Are Tanking — DollarCollapse.com


U.S. Oil Supply Highest for May Since 1980, API Says – Bloomberg
Crude Oil Falls to Near a Four-Month Low on European Debt Crisis, Economy


Record Corn Harvests Can’t Meet World Demand – Bloomberg
Supply Worries Spur Corn Prices – WSJ.com
World Faces Century of Hunger Without Farm Deal, France’s Le Maire Says
Amid Texas Drought, High-Stakes Battle Over Water – NYTimes.com


Obama Hydrogen Fuel Failure Conceded by Chu Paring Budget


Sega says 1.3 million users affected by cyber attack | Reuters
Sega Confirms Cyberattack – WSJ.com


NATO strike on Tripoli kills civilians
Qaeda Woes Fuel Talk of Speeding Afghan Pullback – NYTimes.com
The Cynical Dairy Farmer’s Guide to the New Middle East


Brazilians take up slack in luxury yacht market
Laurence Graff Sees Demand for Big Diamonds in China – NYTimes.com
Why Real-Estate Prices Spike in Places Like Manhattan – Richard Florida


Game Over Sino Forest, Globe And Mail Investigation Confirms Company Is A Sham
Sovereign Crisis Drives Investors to Aussie Bank Bonds: Australia Credit – Bloomberg


America’s Dangerous Debt Ceiling Debate by Mohamed A. El-Erian
Russia to Lower U.S. Debt Holdings – WSJ.com


Internet Start-Ups Find New Metrics to Look Profitable; – NYTimes.com
Technology bubble raises fears of a Palo Alto housing bust – Telegraph
Silicon Valley’s status symbols look different – latimes.com
The New Silicon Valley Douchebag


Biggest Distressed Debt Investor Marks Europe After 22 Years of 19% Return
Oaktree Capital Files to Go Public – NYTimes.com


Why Apple Isn’t in the Dow – BusinessWeek
RIM’s Hometown in Ontario Rallies Around Local Champion – WSJ.com
I.B.M. at 100 – Lessons in Tech Longevity – NYTimes.com
DOJ to Review Google’s Admeld Deal – WSJ.com
LightSquared Reaches 15-Year Sprint Deal That May Be Valued at $20 Billion


Obama to Personally Tweet From Twitter Account – WSJ.com
The Brain on Trial – Magazine – The Atlantic
The Big Business of Synthetic Highs – BusinessWeek
Inside the bald, angry head of Louis C.K. – NYTimes.com
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