Skip to content




Noteworthy News – January 23, 2012

Economy:

How the U.S. Lost Out on iPhone Work – New York Times

3 Huge Recent Economic Developments You May Have Missed – Motley Fool

What the Top 1% of Earners Majored In – New York Times

Markets:

Stocks up on upbeat economic reports – US Today

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares, euro stabilise, economic data eyed – Reuters

Will Emerging Markets Fall in 2012? – Project Syndicate

The mathematics of markets – Economist

Currencies, Prices, and Mike Mussa (A Bit Wonkish) – New York Times (Krugman)

Politics:

Corn Subsidies** in the United States totaled $77.1 billion from 1995-2010 – Environmental Working Group

The Dangerous Notion That Debt Doesn’t Matter – New York Times

Banks:

New Normal on Wall Street: Smaller and Restrained - DealBook

Economic Data Lift Wall Street, But Banks Drag – Fox Business

UK Banks Navigate Challenging Economy in 2012 – MarketWatch


Be Sociable, Share!

Posted in Economics, Markets, Media, Politics.


One Response

Stay in touch with the conversation, subscribe to the RSS feed for comments on this post.

  1. Kirk Nathaniel says

    This week is still going to be earnings driven for me. Top line revenue and forecasts are the most important to watch.



Some HTML is OK

or, reply to this post via trackback.



Get Adobe Flash player
Copyright © 2009-2013 SurlyTrader DISCLAIMER The commentary on this blog is not meant to be taken as an investment advice. The author is not a registered investment adviser. There is no substitute for your own due diligence. Please be aware that investing is inherently a risky business and if you chose to follow any of the advice on this site, then you are accepting the risks associated with that investment. The Author may have also taken positions in the stocks or investments that are being discussed and the author may change his position at any time without warning.

Yellow Pages for USA and Canada SurlyTrader - Blogged

ypblogs.com