Evening Reading – January 18, 2011

FT Alphaville: Chinese inflation through surging online searches

Inflation in (simplified) Chinese is 通 货膨胀.

FT Alphaville: Apple and Steve Jobs

There’s really no need to worry says Birinyi Associates.

FT Alphaville: Silver shortage rumours abound

The blogosphere has been all-a-flurry with talk of silver bullion shortages this week — although mainly down to one particular website.

FT Alphaville: Not a fat finger, just falling US Treasuries…

The spike in 10-year US Treasury yields just after November TIC data came out…

The Slope Of  Hope: Sky-High Copper

For whatever reason, copper has a very strong correlation to equity markets, and it’s pretty evident that the huge run-up in prices over the past two years in awfully long in the tooth.

CBS: Sports Betting: Billy Walters

Las Vegas sports betting legend Bill Walters has never had a losing year – a winning a streak that’s made odds makers call him the “most dangerous sports bettor in Nevada.” Lara Logan reports.

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