Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Monday items.

Supply-side founding father Robert Mundell says the euro-dollar rate is in more stable territory and the worst is over for Europe.

Mundell sees possible debt restructuring for Spain, Portugal and Ireland.

John Tamny explains trade deficits.

Louis Woodhill thinks spending stimulus is counter productive.

Kevin Hassett argues against housing stimulus.

The White House asks business to list anti-growth regulation.

At the Tax Lawyer's blog, Peter Pappas looks at income since 1979.

Paul Krugman pressures the Fed to weaken the dollar.

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