9th July 2012
Atlantic correspondent James Fallows warns that china's economic miracle may have reached its peak because the controlled political environment stifles the country's corporate and university structure. Reuters
With polls showing that President Obama and Mitt Romney are in a dead heat on the number one issue with voters, Joe Johns heads down to a key battleground state – Ohio, to see how the "Buckeye state" will vote. CNN
Eurosceptic Nigel Farage once again at his very best, as he lambasts Herman Van Rompuy, president of the European Council and José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, for their lack of leadership and credibility. UKIP
New figures show that Wall Street's disaffection with the president may have been a bit overstated: through the end of April, the Obama campaign has raised $14 Million from the financial services industry – $4.5 million more than his rival Mitt Romney. Wall Street Journal
How long will the exit process last? Is exit from the euro an achievable prospect? And who would be the main beneficiaries of a euro break-up? Roger Bootle, the winner of the Wolfson Prize for Economics for devising the "smoothest" plan for a break-up of the Eurozone, has all the answers. Policy Exchange
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