Links: 2009-03-11

Guest post: A few thoughts about the banking crisis response in the United States – naked capitalism (This is a submission I did over at Yves Smith’s blog. I forgot to add it to the links originally.)

Don’t Fall for Citigroup’s Fantasy – Motley Fool

Citi memo – (The market rallied on the back of Citi’s announcement that it expected huge profits for Q1. However, there is considerable doubt about this internal memo. The U.S. stock market has not been up for two consecutive days since Feb. 5th and 6th. So today will be a very big test. If we fail, we could be going lower soon)

Why the G20 must focus on sustaining demand – Martin Wolf, (I disagree here. Countries like the U.S., Australia and the U.K. need to focus on savings. I suspect I will have more to say about this)

Summers backs state action –

Select few score big as Treasuries decline – Reuters

Inflation will kill the gilt rally in the end – Telegraph

Call in IMF if you need help, Germany tells EU partners

Stanford’s Island Empire Implodes as Antigua Grabs Properties –

Moody’s warns on Eastern Europe

Charlie Rose: A conversation with Timothy Geithner

Property Values: What You Get For … $720,000

The Fed Didn’t Cause the Housing Bubble – Alan Greenspan, WSJ (this is another instalment in the ‘Blame Asia’ meme)

Warnung vor Dumping beim Verkauf toxischer Wertpapiere?

British newspaper The Guardian launches an API – The Next Web

Coulter, Maher spar at Radio City – Politico

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