Some Interesting Links From Zero Hedge

  • Tables turn: Syria asks the United Nations to stop U.S. strike (Reuters)
  • More tables: Putin sees chance to turn tables on Obama at G20 (Reuters)
  • Obama’s Decision Stirs Doubts About America’s Resolve (BBG)
  • Kerry says US tests prove sarin used in Syria attacks (FT) – is this based on more YouTube or Vine this time?
  • Italy Coalition Reels as Berlusconi Threatens to Sink Letta (BBG)
  • Steinbrueck’s Jabs Fail to Knock Out Merkel in Election Debate (BBG)
  • India’s crisis within a crisis; finance minister fights on two fronts (Reuters)
  • Ikea signals slower expansion (FT)
  • US spied on Brazil, Mexico presidents (AFP) – since it spies on its people, is this a surprise?
  • What’s the Difference Between U.S., Chinese Corruption? (BBG)
  • First Strut Default Jolts High-Yield Market: South Africa Credit (BBG)
  • Vodafone, Verizon Agree on $130 Billion Deal (BBG)

One thought on “Some Interesting Links From Zero Hedge

  1. Asking the UN to stop U.S. strike is sensible.
    Britain sold fluoride to Syria to make chemical weapons, but sarin usually kills within a few minutes, so if it was sarin, it was poorly made and another finger at the rebels
    But now I think we need to ask, what of the future of the USA post leaks; tyrrany or freedom? http://wp.me/p3IRVb-kV

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