Tuesday, March 30, 2010


News Links, March 31, 2010

Iran Nuclear Scientist Defects to U.S. In CIA 'Intelligence Coup'

Coal fuels much of internet "cloud," Greenpeace says

Could This Be Start of 'The Great Bear Market in Bonds'?
The Coming Precious Metals Short Squeeze
El-Erian Speaks: Economy Will Slow Dramatically In The Second Half Of 2010
Greek Seven-Year Notes Drop; Demand Wanes at 'Surprise' Auction
Why the smart money is worried about government debt
10 Signs of Speculative Mania in China
China Rolls Out Margin Trading, Short Selling
Ireland hits banks with hefty penalty, to inject billions
Demand is rising for metals, gold, oil and coal

The True Causes Underlying The Moscow Metro Bombings
Energy world descends on Cancun for key forum
Chavez Cash Crunch Looms on Oil, Morgan Stanley Says
China, India in Uganda oil war
US and Vietnam sign nuclear energy agreement

Somali pirates hijack eight ships in three days

World's Biggest Census to Record Fingerprints, Photos in India

'Upheaval imminent in North Korea'

Italian elections marks surge of Right wing support across Europe

Nippon Steel, Sumitomo in tentative pact with Vale on 90% price hike for iron ore
Japan -- Land Of The Setting Sun

India Will Expand Government Shipyard
India reshaping the global coal market
"Nine [power] plants are operating with less than four days of coal supply, meaning that 11 percent of the national generating capacity is teetering on the edge of shutdown."

UK: 'More motorways and 900 miles of trunk roads' needed, say MPs

US: Report: By 2020, more senior citizens to be homeless
Nuclear power: Obama team touts mini-nukes to fight global warming
Downtown NYC Towers Empty as Best Market Falters
Biased Media Reports: Consumer Spending
State Debt Woes Grow Too Big to Camouflage

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