Thursday, 12 April 2012

Thurday 12th April

The Imbalances in China's Economy - {}

Bumitama Agri Ltd. (BAL) , an Indonesian palm-oil producer, jumped 29 percent to 97 Singapore cents. The company raised S$222 million ($176 million) via DBS!, selling 297.6 million shares for 74.5 Singapore cents each in its initial public offering. Bloomberg {}

Interview with Luxembourg Foreign Minister: 'Grass Is Being Treated Like an Outcast'
Israel as the aggressor and Iran as the victim? G√ľnter Grass got his line of argument wrong in his controversial poem, argues Luxembourg's Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn in a SPIEGEL ONLINE interview. But the poem has triggered an important debate about how Germany should approach Israel's decisions, he adds.
International, - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - {}

Selling Chinese companies short becomes complex - {}

Spain On The Brink As Italy Commits Fiscal Suicide _
Last week, after the failure by Italy's Monti government to repeal “Article 18," I worried out loud (on the Buzz & Banter, subscription required) when Italy’s sovereign bond spiral would begin anew.  By the look of things, it did not take long at all.  Let me expand a bit as to where I think we are and how we got here. Here, by the way, is Italy committing fiscal suicide virtually overnight. {}

Eurozone crisis: Why it may not be over yet
Apparently, global investors are having second thoughts about the eurozone crisis. They've decided it might not be over, after all. BBC News - {}

The price of gas relative to the price of milk has been trending upwards for the past 40 years: Worthwhile Canadian Initiative: Quantitative Time Travellers

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