Most-read at Credit Writedowns for week ending 2010-06-20
This week I am going to run the week in review posts both in links and narrative form. Here is the links version. The narrative version is up next.
The Week’s Most Popular
- Ghost Town Detroit
- PIMCO on British National Solvency
- If the data are so good, why is everyone screaming double-dip?
- Nuke It!
- Hussman: Four Things To Look For As A Harbinger of Recession
- Buyers Beware: Municipal Bond Prices Don’t Reflect Financial Stress
- How Does Irish Banking Play Out?
- David Rosenberg on the Economy
- Ten Reasons Why This Has Been A Weak Recovery
- Re-considering the Great Depression II Meme
- ECRI Leading Indicators Levels Now Flashing Red
- ECRI Weekly Leading Index falls further into negative territory
Top Older Posts
- Brazil: Look who’s got a Sovereign Wealth Fund
- “That’s what happens when a town full of broke people gets a whiff of free money”
- How BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil find was originally reported in September 2009
- Taleb: Debt Problems Are Worse Now Than in 2008
Top Forex Posts
- Moody’s Downgrades Greece–Euro Already Coming Off
- Brazil Real is Rich, Might Get Richer
- Euro Up but Spain Under Pressure
- Euro Resilient In Face of Weak European Data
- Nationalizing The US Mortgage Problem With Fannie and Freddie And Other Links
- On how Anadarko is distancing itself from BP and other links
- On The West Losing Turkey, An Australian Housing Bubble And Other Links
- Grantham’s comments on the Australian housing time-bomb and other links
- BP Downgraded All the Way to BBB By Fitch and Other Links
- Ludwig Erhard on the German Economic Miracle and Other Links
- Germany: austerity, social unrest, protectionism, gold bunkers and other links
- Profiles on contrarian economic analysts and other links