Friday, October 31, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ: crisis affects college choices.
WSJ on the new swap agreements between the Fed and the Central Banks of Brazil, Mexico, South Korea and Singapore.
WSJ: recovery only in the second half of 2009.
WSJ: the economy is slow, but it's hard to say if it's officially a recession.
WSJ: McCain uses Biden against Obama.
The Economist on Mexico's government war on the drug cartels.
The Economist on the Fed's rate cut and fiscal policy.
Mankiw on how some people in India see the US presidential election.
Hamilton on the risk of deflation.
Hamilton on the weak performance of the GDP and his work with Chauvet. Notice that despite the negative growth in the third quarter, the scenario is for now far from being catastrophic.
Boudreaux: is Obama a socialist?

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