Some interesting reading to start off your week:
• Rating Agencies Exploit Debt Drama to Regain Trust (The Fiscal Times) see also Mr. Bond has no frets over debt (Chron)
• Word herd: Financial journalists’ writing becomes more homogenous as markets rise (The Economist)
• Insiders selling at unusually fast pace (Market Watch)
• Soros Shows How Hard It Is For Hedge Fund Managers To Retire (Institutional Investor)
• A Mobilization in Washington by Wall Street (NYT) see also The Debt Ceiling Crisis And The Failure Of The Establishment (New Republic)
• EU: A hapless union has lost its direction (FT.com)
• Mineral-Rich, People-Poor Mongolia Prepares for Flood of Money Next Decade (Bloomberg)
• Apple Overtakes Nokia as Biggest Smartphone Maker With 18.5% Market Share (Bloomberg)
• How Google Dominates Us (NY Review Of Books)
• “The Believing Brain: Why Science Is the Only Way Out of Belief-Dependent Realism” (Brain For Business)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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