Links: 2013-07-16

Sober Look: Stripping down the US retail sales

Debt in retirement: Over half of retired Canadians carrying debt, poll | Financial Post

Canadian housing bubble looks ripe for popping | Toronto Star

Canadian home sales inch upwards | Toronto Star

Fitch downgrades European rescue fund EFSF – Telegraph

No tapering yet for global central banks | Gavyn Davies

BBC News – European car sales suffer worst June total since 1996

Will the NSA use the Xbox One to spy on your family? | The Verge

House prices rise across UK for first time since 2008 | Money |

Guantanamo Detainee Begs to Be Charged as Legal Limbo Worsens –

The crux of the NSA story in one phrase: ‘collect it all’ | Glenn Greenwald | Comment is free |

Germany’s left is beginning to doubt the single currency | Costas Lapavitsas and Heiner Flassbeck | Comment is free |

Sober Look: Funding securities purchases with reserves

Portuguese politics may spoil European austerity recipe | Reuters

A Call to Boycott U.S. Tech Platforms Over the NSA’s PRISM Surveillance – Gerd Leonhard – Harvard Business Review

CyanogenMod 10.1 – A Complete Hands-On Review & Guide

Sample Budget from McDonald’s shows difficulty of living on minimum wage | death and taxes

New Slovenia central bank chief says no need for bailout | Reuters

Thomas Ferguson: Why Spitzer’s Return Terrifies Big Finance « naked capitalism

Analysis: Brazil struggles to shake off shackles of high interest rates | Reuters

Job-Cut Fears Spark Greek General Strike –

Spain’s socialists threaten Rajoy with no-confidence vote | Reuters

BBC News – Are women’s bodies still beautiful after pregnancy?

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