Tuesday (YAWN) Non-Fed Links

Yeah, yeah, no change from the Fed QE/ZIRP blahblahblah. I am sick of the incessant Fed watching . . . Its become so predictable and boring. (We are due for a major shake up from them one of these days!)

Meanwhile, here are the more interesting reads that caught my eye today:

• The Long View of China’s Currency (NYT)

Robert Shiller: Seven More Years of Hard Times? (Project-Syndicate)

• Worst Over in Global Poll Pointing to Reduced Market Returns  (Bloomberg)

Richard Bernstein’s unusual take: Non-US groups reaped fruits of Bush tax cuts (FT.com)

• Goldman whacked: Egged on by hedge funds, Oliver Stone turns on Goldman Sachs (Economist)

• Taxing Sin: A Win-Win for Everyone? (Capital Gains and Games)

Matt Taibbi: BP’s Shock Waves: How the oil giant’s catastrophic spill in the Gulf could trigger another financial meltdown (Rolling Stone)

• Woody Allen on Faith, Fortune Tellers and New York (NYT)

• Ouch! Can You Really Break Your Penis? (Scientific American)

• 500 Years of Science, Reason & Critical Thinking (modern-science)

• Inside the Lennon/McCartney Connection (Slate, Part I Part II, Part III)

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