Saturday Links 5/14/11

Some Saturday reads from across the web:

Europe moves to end passport-free travel in migrant row (The Guardian)

Debt Crisis Could Still Spread To ‘Core Euro Area,’ IMF Says (Huffington Post)

Australian dollar on the skids (Macro Business)

Inflation rises at fastest rate since October 2008 (CNN)

50 Things Every American Should Know About The Collapse Of The Economy (Economic Collapse Blog)

Global investors don’t believe U.S. can cut budget deficit substantially without raising taxes, according to new poll (LA Times)

Dollar, worries over Europe erase stock market gains (Delaware Online)

Euro Zone Expands, at Two Speeds (WSJ)

Speculative Long EUR Positions Tumble By 38%, Bullish Bets In Dollar And Yen Rise (Zero Hedge)

What does a trillion dollars look like? (Zero Hedge)

“Fairly Extensive” Porn Collection Found In Bin Laden’s Compound (Business Insider)

Facebook, Foe of Anonymity, Is Forced to Explain a Secret (NY Times)

Space Pictures This Week: Hubble Starburst, Sun Magnetism (National Geographic)

Meanwhile in Asia funny foreigners (The Chive)

Enjoy your weekend

 

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