Weekend Mouse Twitchers

What has my reading eye been accosted by this weekend?

As usual, links do NOT equal endorsements or even views. 

Many

of my post links are from the USA. I find they are better at informing
me on so many subjects and are regularly ahead of the curve when it
comes to the particular topic of discussion.They frequently address a
subject that is highly relevant to the UK but has yet to be broached in
any meaningful form on this side of the Atlantic. The depth of the
articles
are also highly commendable.

Always insightful thoughts from Aurelija; There are those of us old enough to remember crippling inflation and it will be folk as quick as Aurelija who no doubt should be the first to spot it dark spectre.

More stuff and demographics 17 Degrees of Freedom
Yes i think structurally inflation is dead ‘

The political mood is a changing, when it reaches consensus there will be some interesting times.
Dethrone ‘King Dollar’  New York Times
‘ It is widely recognized that various countries, including China,
Singapore and South Korea, suppress the value of their currency
relative to the dollar to boost their exports to the United States and
reduce its exports to them. They buy lots of dollars, which increases
the dollar’s value relative to their own currencies, thus making their
exports to us cheaper and our exports to them more expensive. ‘

Stunning before and after images of California’s drought Vox



Democrats have a depth problem Washington Post




Is Anyone Actually Reading Your Tweets? Now You Can Find Out. Slate
HT to Cullen Roche for this excellent piece.
Finance is a Strange Industry Motley Fool