Global Deflationary Macro Links (May 21, 2012)

Ray Dalio's World (Barron's)
Hedge Funds Rebuild Euro Bear Bets On Greek Exit Banks Weigh (Bloomberg)
The anatomy of the eurozone bank run (Financial Times)
Treasury Yield Close To Record Low On Europe Debt Crisis (Bloomberg)
Wen Growth Pledge Spurs Speculation Of China Stimulus (Bloomberg)
Chinese buyers default on coal shipments -traders (Reuters)
Latest data raises red flags likely to burst China’s bubble: SocGen's Albert Edwards (The Globe and Mail)
Insight: China pays high price to spare state firm from bankruptcy (Reuters)
Analysis: China's towering metal stockpiles cast economic shadow (Reuters)
Morgan Stanley cuts India’s growth forecast to 6.3 percent (FirstPost/Reuters)
Rising US recession risk poses the real threat to Europe (The Telegraph)
Greek euro exit could throw UK 'into long-term recession' (Guardian)
UK: Recession prompts rise in calls to mental health lines (BBC)
Food Stamp Use Picks Up Again, In Los Angeles County (
New college graduates earning less than a decade ago (Los Angeles Times)
OUTLIER? - Tide Turning In Japan Deflation Fight, BOJ’s Top Economist Says (Bloomberg)

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