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Things worth reading: 1st December 2009

Things we're reading today include …

Economies and Economists

Willem Buiter Joins Citi as Chief Economist – Business Wire

Morgan Stanley warns UK risks full-blown debt crisisThe Times

Barnier fails to reassure City over 'catastrophic' appointmentThe Independent
Eurozone sees positive inflationBBC
Greece admits debt concernsBBC

Emirates must take their heads out of the sand and learn from this crisis The Telegraph
Gulf state turns its back on Dubai World's $59bn debtThe Independent

India sets deadline for IFRS introductionFinancial Times
Indian economy continues growthBBC
China rejects EU currency demandBBC
Australia interest rates rise for third consecutive monthThe Times

Harvard ignored warnings about investments -Boston Globe 
US gets tough as lenders fail to help homeownersThe Independent


Record fall in consumer borrowingBBC
Consumers repay record levels of debt as new home loans riseThe Independent
Banks braced for record debt defaults in the New YearThe Telegraph
Fears of credit card crisis as bank write-offs doubleThe Telegraph


Plus Markets still shrinkingFinancial Times


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