Week’s most popular posts (January 7, 2012)

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In case you missed my articles during the past week, this item lists the ten most-read posts published on the Investment Postcards blog. […]






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Goldman Sachs’s Ha says China doesn’t need rate cuts

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Ha Jiming, Goldman Sachs’s vice chairman for China, talks about the outlook for China’s monetary policy and economy. […]






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Economic forces shaping 2012

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What’s important in shaping 2012? “Everything will feature in some way or other,” argues Cees Bruggemans in this guest article. “There will be micro changes (technical capabilities, social fashions), cosmetic stuff (governments changing here and there), big battalions growling (US, China, EU/Iran), the lingering detritus of past financial accidents and rescue missions mounted (fiscal/monetary), with markets pricing every conceivable risk (hysterical and otherwise).” […]






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Laugh out Loud: U.S. debt – co-signers in maternity ward!

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Cartoonist Michael Ramirez at his best. Do we laugh or cry?! […]






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