Thursday Morning Links

Fed unlikely to end stimulus efforts soon - Washington Post
Fed Signals Possible Slowing of QE Amid Debate Over Risks - Bloomberg
Fed, uneasy over ‘QE,’ plans bond-buy debate - MarketWatch
Wall Street slides as Fed minutes spark concern - Reuters
Seven spending cuts you’ll really feel - CNN/Money
A Better Sequester Would Make Less of a Mess - Bloomberg
Sequester’s Dirty Secret: It Doesn’t Fix the Debt - Fiscal Times
Why Should Taxpayers Give Big Banks $83 Billion a Year? - Bloomberg
Time to Go Short: Here Come Those Experts Again - aucontrarian
How Paul Krugman broke a Wikipedia page on economics - Salon
Krugman’s Call for a Housing Bubble - Mises
Unstable commodities - FT Alphaville

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Oil prices drop below $94 per barrel - AP
Gold up after Fed knocks prices down - Reuters
The five biggest lies on Wall Street - MarketWatch
Insider Sales Reach 2-Year High as S&P 500 Nears Record - Bloomberg
Should Bond Investors Brace for a 1994-Style Crash? - CNBC
China shares slump on liquidity drain, real estate concerns - Reuters
The Case against Commodities and Emerging Markets - Behavioral Macro
Faber: Major Bottom Forming In Gold, Stocks Shaky - King World News
Talk of gold upturn premature as bears taste blood? - Mineweb
Gold: That’s All She Wrote - Seeking Alpha

Crunched consumers are cutting back - CNN/Money
It Takes a B.A. to Find a Job as a File Clerk - NY Times
Euro-Area Manufacturing, Services Contraction Worsens - Bloomberg
A brief history of the Chinese growth model - China Financial Markets
A crisis in waiting as Italians prepare to head to the polls - Globe & Mail
Spain and Italy: The Euro Crisis Gnaws at Europe’s Underbelly - Spiegel
China Housing Slaves Helping Property Rebound - Bloomberg
2 Million Homeowners Freed From Negative Equity in 2012 - Zillow
Why Sequestration Will Hit Housing on Several Fronts - CNBC
Primary Dealers’ Waning Role in Treasury Auctions - NY Fed
Several Fed Officials Favored Varying Pace of Asset Purchases - WSJ
Fed’s Commitment In Question - Fed Watch

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