WSJ Econoblog: Reasons to Pout?

Friday, January 06, 2006 | 10:00 AM

Yesterday, Brian Wesbury and I did the full econoblog thang for the WSJ.

You may recall Brian penned the "Pouting Pundits of Pessimism" piece for the Journal's Op-Ed page (discussed previously here).

It was a lot of fun; Brian's a good guy -- he's a lot more Bullish than I, and think's the economy is hunky dory --  but at least he's a realist when it comes to inflation.

The whole discussion is on line in their public section here; I think we lay out both sides of the debate fairly well.

Special thanks to Calculated Risk for the chart!


ECONOBLOG: Reasons to Pout?
WSJ, January 6, 2006

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No-one in the US Financial Community is talking about the Oil Bourse that the Iranians are planning to start-up in March.

Or maybe they all expect the US to invade to ensure that this does not happen.

So I remain an optimist till march. After that, we will have to see. A petro-euro cannot be good news for the US economy.

Posted by: rvirmani | Jan 6, 2006 11:12:12 AM

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