• Why Iran ’09 Could Be Like Florida ’00 (Foreign Policy)
  • Fed to Keep Lid on Bond Buys (WSJ)
  • How Hyundai Sells More When Everyone Else Is Selling Less (Knowledge@Wharton)
  • Spent: America after consumerism (TNR)
  • The Financial Markets and Fear Itself (Hoover)
  • Analysis: Asset managers on the march (FT/Tett)
  • Joe Stiglitz on Wall Street’s toxic message to the developing world (VF)
  • German company putting gold vending machines in airports and bus stations (Reuters)

Feel free to add your own. Been buried in travel this week, so I am way, way behind on whatever it is the world does when I’m not looking.

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