Today’s readings look pretty interesting:

- Volcker Rule unabridged (Marketwatch) How the former Fed chairman can sharpen his proposal

- Never short a country with $2 trillion in reserves

- 41% Fine With Budget Deficit If Taxes Are Cut (Rasmussen Reports)

- Five myths about America’s credit card debt (Washington Post)

- Fed’s Warsh: Regulatory Reform Needs International Cooperation (Real Time Economics)

- Kill Your Favorite Subsidy to Win the Deficit War (Bloomberg)

- Hollywood’s Top 40 Earners (Vanity Fair)

What are you reading ?

Category: Financial Press

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