Our top 10 interesting reads to get your morning going:

• Gold Bull Still Has Legs  (Barron’s)
• Greek Yields: “Certain Default, But Not Yet”  (Hussman Funds)
• U.S. Money Funds Risk Losses if Europe Crisis Spreads (Bloomberg)
• The Human Face of Economics (International Monetary Fund)
• Should Public companies have to compare CEO and worker pay? (Washington Post) see also Steven Pearlstein on why CEO’s are re winning on pay (WaPo)
• Was Obama Right About The SPR Release? (Forbes)
• Indiana’s bumpy road to privatization (LA Times)
• Who Amongst the Rich Doesn’t Pay Federal Income Taxes (Legally) (Economix)
Very Cool! BBC Radio 4 unveils 60 years of Reith Lectures archive (BBC)
• $1 Billion That Nobody Wants (NPR)

What are you reading?

Category: Financial Press

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2 Responses to “Tuesday AM Reads”

  1. formerlawyer says:

    Not sure if it has been mentioned but this had eye opening facts on inequality, for example – from 16

    “The US minimum wage in 1966 (in 2006 dollars): $8.00; 2006: $5.15. Thanks to the 2009 Democratic majority in Congress, the minimum is now $7.25. ”

    http://www.juancole.com/2011/06/rudolph-us-inequality-quiz.html

  2. EdDunkle says:

    Strippers express remarkably little solidarity with Sacagawea.