Bank of England to consider £50bn stimulus for economy (The Telegraph)
Spain is in ‘total emergency’, the EU in total denial (The Telegraph)
George Soros says Germany has three months to save the eurozone (The Telegraph)
Spanish premier Mariano Rajoy calls for eurozone ‘centralised control’ authority (The Telegraph)
The EuroZone is ‘FUBAR’. Eurozone will be getting more stimulus, the markets are going to be more volatile, and please check daily for more losses in your local market.
And have a relaxing Sunday!
The 51% Tragedy: A Majority of Young Greek Workers Are Now Unemployed (TheAtlantic)
Spain’s lost generation: youth unemployment surges above 50 per cent (The Telegraph)
The man who shaped Obama’s drive to hold banks accountable (WP)
Blaming the messenger: Greece’s chief statistician under fire (MyClatchyDC)
Facebook’s IPO will be way overvalued (MarketWatch)
To Colleagues: I’m Outta Here (WSJ)
Scapegoats and Trigger Men (TheReformedBroker)
Europe’s debt crisis: Where things stand (CNNMoney) – Highlight
In crisis-hit Greece, youth unemployment is a whopping 47%, while nearly 49% of young people in Spain are out of work.
The exceptionally high levels of youth unemployment have raised concerns that additional austerity measures could give rise to social unrest
George Soros warns of financial collapse, class warfare and rise of the Evil (Business Insider)
Currency wars – Iran banned from trading gold and silver (Zerohedge)
Inida-Iran oil deal sets stage for $12 Billion move to gold (SeekingAlpha)
Apocalypse How? Dire 2012 forecasts (Bloomberg)
How’s that austerity working? (Fed Watch)
Listen up, Class: Heres how to profit (Barron’s)
10 reasons the U.S is no longer the land of the free (Washington Post)
What are you reading?
Why Ron Paul challenges Liberals (NakedCapitalism)
Paul Krugman – Keynes was right (NYTimes)
Soros sees gold prices on brink of bear market (Bloomberg)
Occupy Beijing? (The Diplomat)
This is what I am reading before heading to work. Some interesting stuff is happening in the markets today.
Ahead of the Bell: Unemployment benefits (Yahoo)
ING to cut 2,700 jobs, takes Greek bonds hit (Yahoo)
Average student loan debt tops $25,000 (Yahoo)
My “before-I-go-tobed” reading list.
Activist fund calls for breakup of Blackerry maker (NYT)
The Great Bank Robbery (CNN)
Occupy Wall Street will lay seige to U.S greed (MarketWatch)
For the economy the real slam dunk is debt forgiveness: View (Bloomberg)
Are stock undervalued? (MarketWatch)
How emotions can cost you money (CNN)
Dow headed below 10,000 as cyclical bear begins (MarketWatch)
Turmoil in Europe Slams U.S stocks: Swiss complicate ‘Safe Haven’ trade (Yahoo)