I deliberately spent the break away from work stuff – including reading work stuff, work-ish blogs, and blogging myself – and the break has afforded me the opportunity to get a little perspective on my blog-roll.
Coming back to it, my top five (of 33) are:
1/ calculated risk is great for the ‘facts’ as to what’s going on in the US; there is an opening for a global equivalent (or strong GBP, EUR, Japan and China equivalents);
2/ FT Alphaville brings me up to speed on what’s going on in markets;
3/ The Grumpy Economist says it better than i’m able on most topics ;
4/ Econbrowser is my favourite blog when Jim posts;
5/ Falkenblog is incomparable (it’d be higher up, but it’s not my everyday cup of tea).
what’s your top five?