Interesting Inflation News Links (March 19, 2009)

* Inventories Hint at Bottom (Gene Epstein, Wall Street Journal)

* Europe’s Markets Advance (Steve Goldstein, Wall Street Journal)

* Zimbabwe leaders appeals for $5 billion (Angus Shaw)

* Bonds Strong One Day After Fed Move; Equities Are Another Matter (David Gaffen, Wall Street Journal)

* Business briefs: Railroad faces drug lawsuit (Daily Oklahoman)

* Bank of England to pay more attention to GDP and money growth (Edmund Conway, Telegraph)

* Need to know: Starbucks ‘will succeed’ … JJB jobs cuts … Ericsson deal (Times Online)

* General Mills profit falls 33 percent (Matt Mc Kinney, Star Tribune)

* Stocks rise on Fed move to buy $300B in Treasurys (Tim Paradis)

* Feds vow to boost housing feeds rally


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