Econfix gets mention in “The Atlantic”

Going through the site statistics I noticed that there was a click through from The Atlantic magazine to econfix. The Atlantic is an American based magazine which covers news and analysis on politics, business, culture, technology etc.

The article is entitled “Blame Bernanke for the Mideast Revolutions?” and they used econfix to show that “Bernanke denied that the Fed’s policies are driving food speculation by arguing that rising demand for meat and corn from China, Brazil and other surging nations sufficiently explains the rise in food prices.” The word denied is the click through to econfix. Thanks for all the comments and feedback about the blog – much appreciated.

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