Frontrunning: December 27

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  • Wen Is Confident China Can Contain Inflation (WSJ)
  • Job Offers Rising as Economy Warms Up (WSJ), too bad only temp workers actually get hired
  • Euro Pain Turns to 23% Gain for Europeans Through S&P Rally (Bloomberg)
  • A neutered teleprompter speaks: Obama Wants Tax Cuts for Wealthiest Americans Ended in 2012 (Bloomberg)
  • Krugman waxes philosophic on runaway commodity inflation (NYT)
  • China's 2011 money supply back to normal level (Xinhua)
  • The Economic Year in Review - Say goodbye to 2010 (Weekly Standard)
  • Bankers: Don't fret. Harvard Biz School still loves you (Fortune)
  • Seoul to lower FX derivatives cap of local banks (Korea Times)
  • Japan's Proposed Budget Strains to Curb Debt, Spur Growth (WSJ)
  • Hildebrand Unable to Unload `Burden' of Record Franc as GDP Slows (Bloomberg)
  • U.K. House Prices May Extend Drop in 2011, Hometrack Says (Bloomberg)