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What have inventories got to do with QE?

2013-06-05T21:04:46.000Z<p>By: Izabella Kaminska<p>It’s been our mantra at FT Alphaville for a while, but finally someone from the ‘serious’ analyst space …

Argentina rails: a sorry state of affairs | Financial Times

Print this page<p>Argentina has been nationalising things again – this time, two rail cargo routes operated, since 1999, by a Brazilian company that is …

Monetary policy and US inequality, again

2013-06-06T08:02:38.000Z<p>By: Cardiff Garcia<p>Although they work for an institution that has neither the mandate nor the ideal weaponry to fight …

Leading German economist calls for dissolution of eurozone to save EU

One of Germany's most eminent economists has called for the swift dissolution of the eurozone in its present form, arguing that the vision of a …

China Debt To Surpass That Of United States

Here you are thinking the United States is deep in debt and wanting more of it. They now have competition.<p>In a few short years, U.S. firms will be competing with, and losing out to, at least in sheer numbers, their Chinese counterparts, Standard & Poor’s said Wednesday in a report titled “The …

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Credit boom is not dead in Brazil (not at state banks anyway) | Financial Times

Print this page<p>Credit supply in Brazil has been a little puzzling recently. While private-sector banks have been much more careful, state banks have …

Brazilian oil: still drawing punters

Brazil’s oil industry has not been the source of much good news recently but this week might just go down as one of its best yet.<p>On Monday, the …

Petrobras in $11bn mega bond offering [updated]

<i>By Pan Kwan Yuk and Samantha Pearson</i><p><i>UPDATE: It’s official. Petrobras has succeeded in raising $11bn on Monday, making it the biggest emerging markets</i> …

Bloomberg cannot take Wall Street for granted | Financial Times

In the three decades since Michael Bloomberg launched his electronic terminal to supply financial information and analytics, his company has been …

Wall Street

An unusual bear market

2013-05-15T23:52:53.000Z<p>By: Neil Hume<p>We are, of course, talking about iron ore which has slipped into bear market territory overnight (defined here …

Venezuela-Polar: friends again? | Financial Times

After yet another spat over Venezuela’s persistent food shortages, President Maduro and the country’s largest privately held company, Empresas Polar, …

Abenomics passes an early test

2013-05-16T04:06:57.000Z<p>By: Cardiff Garcia<p>Japan’s economy grew at the fastest pace in a year last quarter, with solid growth in consumer spending and …

#Chichester art trail. #streetart #silvereditionplease

The tongue of the Malaspina Glacier, the largest glacier in Alaska, lies west of Yakutat Bay and covers 1,500 square miles. Image by USGS/NASA. To see Time's feature interactive on three decades of satellite photography, visit time.com

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPmotherlylove The goal this weekend is to document what motherly love means to you. Some ideas to get you started: If you'll be spending time with your mom for Mother's Day, be sure to take a portrait of her and share a favorite moment in the caption; if you are a mom, take a photo of yourself with your kids, either in a warm embrace, holding hands or sharing a favorite activity; or feel free to get creative when trying to capture what motherly love means to you! PROJECT RULES: Please only add the hashtag #WHPmotherlylove to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning! Featured photo by @cescamag

Located near the city of Chiang Rai, Wat Rong Khun (วัดร่องขุ่น)—known outside Thailand as the “White Temple”—stands as an unusual and beautiful mix of traditional Thai architecture and modern-day science fiction memorabilia. The temple's white color symbolizes purity; its glittering glass signifies the teachings of the Buddah; and the moat filled with outreaching arms represents desire. Detailed sculptures of skulls, demons and severed heads are also scattered around the premises. Perhaps most interestingly, a mural inside with images of Batman, Superman, and even the alien from Predator tell a modern

Theo by the sea

Bluebells are back

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St Paul's Cathedral, London.

National Geographic Photo Contest 2012, Part II

The deadline to enter this year's National Geographic photo contest is coming up -- this Friday, November 30. Back in September, the society started gathering and presenting galleries of submissions, encouraging readers to vote for them as well. Winners will be chosen on or around December 15, …

National Geographic “Birds of Paradise” Exhibit To Debut at Traverse City Museum

“Birds of Paradise: Amazing Avian Evolution,” a traveling exhibition from the National Geographic Society, will make its national debut this summer …