Links: On price stability, mobile competition and the European crisis

I won’t be able to do a daily commentary today, so I thought I would just post the links from the past couple of days. Enjoy

FT Alphaville » On price stability during an ‘abundance shock’

Apple vs. Motorola Dismissed With Prejudice – John Paczkowski – News – AllThingsD

Morgan Stanley Says RIM Is a Total Disaster – John Paczkowski – Mobile – AllThingsD

BBC News – Spanish banks downgraded by Moody’s

interfluidity » Stabilizing prices is immoral

Supreme Court upholds key part of Arizona for now; strikes down other provisions – The Washington Post

Supreme Court strikes down Montana limits on corporate campaign spending – The Washington Post

Court strikes down key provisions of Arizona immigration law _ but not ‘show-me-papers’ part – The Washington Post

Europe’s bankers have forgotten the lessons of the Depression –

BBC News – Cyprus to ask for bailout from eurozone partners

BBC News – Greek designated finance minister Vassilis Rapanos resigns

BRICs Biggest Currency Depreciation Since 1998 to Worsen – Bloomberg

Samsung sees higher Q2 handset earnings; U.S. supply crunch to ease | Reuters

Spain requests bank aid, awaits Moody’s cut | Reuters

Households say finances look brightest for two years even as wages nosedive | Money | The Guardian

BBC News – Cyprus’s credit rating cut to junk status by Fitch

FT Alphaville » Why MMT is like an autostereogram

FT Alphaville » Britain doomed, apparently

Debt crisis: German court delays eurozone’s €500bn bail-out fund – Telegraph

Microsoft Poses Problems for Nokia –

Suu Kyi’s journey to global icon: a heartbreaking tale of personal sacrifice – World News

Moody’s cuts outlook for US muni debt

Republicans’ Voter Suppression Project Grinds On – Bloomberg

La deuda es ya insostenible, España necesita una quita – El Disparate Económico –

Bundesbank Swipes at Draghi as European Fault Lines Deepen – Bloomberg

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