Thursday, March 31, 2011

Thursday round up: Reuters on the ECB; Bowyer says don't panic on the dollar; Grant discusses Fed policy.

In The WSJ, Seth Lipsky reports the story of a man convicted of minting his own coins.

Reuters reports the European Central Bank may raise interest rates ahead of the Fed.

At Forbes, Jerry Bowyer counsels worry, not panic, about the dollar.

On The Kudlow Report, James Grant discusses the dollar's decline:

On RCM, Michael Pento argues the Fed is imperiling the entire economy by trying to inflate the housing market.

From RCM, John Tamny advises Japan not to focus on the faulty concept of GDP.

At Forbes, Bill Flax salutes America’s entrepreneurs.

The WSJ excerpts the tax cut portion of Robert Mundell’s speech at last week’s supply-side conference:

At NRO, Larry Kudlow advocates increased oil drilling.

From The American Spectator, Peter Ferrara suggests Keynesian spending doesn’t create wealth.

NPR’s Diane Rehm Show puzzles over rising food prices and smaller food packages.

The NYT reports the smaller package trend too.

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