A few Chinese bad news bears to spoil a happy new year

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“How Beijing steers its economic and monetary policies in the next 2-3 years will be key to balance the country’s inflation, growth and stability,” said Dian Chu in this guest post. “While we see a very low probability of a hard landing case for China, but if Jim O’Neill is right about how much the world depends on China’s growth, then don’t count on that much world prosperity, at least in 2012.” […]

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Keiser Report: Capitalism without capital?

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In this report, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert discuss the radical redistribution of gold and silver property in the U.S. and the radical experiment in the U.K. to have capitalism without capital. In the second half of the show, Max talks to Prof Steve Keen about the U.K.’s financial sector debt which is at least four times as large as the U.S. financial sector debt before the global financial crisis began. […]

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Laugh out Loud: Tweeting at the manger

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A classic from cartoonist Gary Varwel … […]

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