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Minyanville Sunday Times



Note: With this edition, we are proud to introduce "The Minyanville Sunday Times" which includes links to notable articles recently published on the web. Please be aware that some articles may require registration or subscription.

Stephen Roach sees shades of 1994 in the fixed income market - does the Fed have an exit strategy? (Morgan Stanley)

Today's inflation may cause tomorrow's deflation. (Morgan Stanley)

A master technician sees a yellow light flashing. (Barron's)

Stock Investors Feel the Bond Market's Pain. (Barron's)

Could it be checkmate for the Fed? (Northern Trust)

Is there a housing bubble? (NY Times)

Learning to love Wal-Mart. (Economist)

China's economy will overheat unless the central bank regains control of the money supply. (Economist)

How healthy are the banks? (Ludwig von Mises Institute)

Employment gains and other silly statistics. (Gold Eagle)

Bill Gross on the Investment Outlook (PIMCO)

An outrageous transfer of wealth from shareholders to executives (NY Times)

Minyanville must reads from the past week:

Prof. Fleckenstein Market Rap.

Prof. Tuttle's Cup of Jo on Friday.

Prof. Miller - If you invest in biotech, you better know about ASCO.

Link of the week: Barron's Economic Calendar

This information was compiled by Adam Michael - a second year MBA candidate at Rice University and an intern with Minyanville Publishing & Multimedia, Inc. Prior to returning to business school, he worked in various capacities for five years at Honeywell International in the industrial automation division. Adam graduated from the College of Engineering at Texas A&M in 1997 with a degree in industrial distribution.

Adam welcomes your comments and/or feedback at

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