Weekend Reading – “Umm, Dubai, We’ve Got a Problem” Edition

by Darwin on November 27, 2009

With most of America celebrating Thanksgiving, it probably went widely unnoticed that Dubai is having trouble meeting debt obligations which is likely to have reverberations around the globe as investors brace themselves for another potential round of credit crunches, but this time, starting in emerging markets rather than the US from a housing collapse.  With that,

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