Sunday, January 23, 2011

Weekend items.

On DNA India, Robert Mundell offers a must-read overview on the dollar, euro, yuan and gold.

Another must-read comes from Asia Times, where Hossein Askari and Noureddine Krichene provide a fascinating explanation of the global currency situation. (Hat tip: Ralph Benko.)

At RCM, Larry Kudlow wonders whether the administration’s new jobs czar, GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt, can convince the president to cut corporate taxes.

On The Kudlow Report, Don Luskin discusses roadblocks facing the economy:

Echoing Mundell, at Forbes Reuven Brenner argues for reform of corporate taxes.

Business Week reports conservative Keynesian John Taylor is the House GOP’s leading advisor on Federal Reserve policy.

Mediaite posts video of this weekend’s Real Time with Bill Maher where Stephen Moore, Rachel Maddow and David Stockman debate Reaganomics:

On Bloomberg, Caroline Baum notes the U.S. is exporting inflation to China.

At The WSJ, Stephen Green analyzes the numerous challenges facing China’s economy.

In The NY Sun, Seth Lipsky calls Sen. Joe Lieberman (CT) a Kennedy liberal, though he notes Lieberman’s lack of focus on sound money.

AEI reports on historical budget consolidations that the U.S. can emulate.

Dshort breaks down the consumer price index.

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