Tuesday Reading 12.08.09

A few items that have caught my eye:

Yale’s Jeffrey GartenWe must get ready for a weak-dollar world (FT)

Why cheap oil is here to stay (CNN/Money)

FedEx Profit Beating Forecast Signals ‘Up Arrow’ for Economy (Bloomberg)

Wisdom from Seth Klarman

Stock market down but not out, according to Dow transports (MarketWatch)

Moody’s Says U.K., U.S. Aaa Ratings Relatively Weaker (Bloomberg) Like anyone still cares what Moody’s says . .  .

Another myth bustedBankers had cashed in before the music stopped (FT) Insiders pocketed billions before Wall Street’s collapse

Can the Federal Government Really Create Jobs? (Time)

Major record labels rip off 300,000 songs for compilation CDs, may owe $60 billion in damages

Top 10 Jackie Chan Stunts (Video)

World’s Nicest Subway Architecture (Design Boom)

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