Politics 27 March 2012 Opinionomics | 27 March 2012 Must read analysis and comment Print HTML 1. Bernanke, Bullard, and QE3 (Economist's View: Fed Watch) Tim Duy looks at whether we can read into Bernanke's comments an acknowledgement of a third round of quantitative easing. 2. At the Frontier of Personalized Medicine (Marginal Revolution) Alex Tabarrok uses an example from the cutting edge of medical science to argue that the future for a lot of industries is "big data" - so hire an economist! 3. Japanese economy: A glimmer of growth (Financial Times) Mure Dickie reports on the state of Japan. 4. Strange bedfellows: Gretchen Morgenson and Patrick Byrne (Reuters) Felix Salmon argues that the focus on Goldman Sachs is on the wrong thing. They probably weren't naked shorting - but does that matter? 5. Those cautious central bankers (Free Exchange) "Central bankers seem most interested in crafting arguments that will allow them to do as little as possible," writes Ryan Avent › Political sketch: Cash-for-croutons Ben Bernanke leaves the podium after speaking in Virginia. Credit: Getty Images Alex Hern is a technology reporter for the Guardian. He was formerly staff writer at the New Statesman. You should follow Alex on Twitter. Subscribe More Related articles Leader: On capitalism and insecurity No economy is an island: why Britain's finances now depend on Europe Cabinet audit: what does the appointment of Philip Hammond as Chancellor mean for policy?