Some interesting Sunday morning reading materials:
• Americans are angry. Why aren’t they protesting? (Washington Post)
• S&P: Skeptics fueled downgrade (Politico) see also SEC Checks S&P’s Downgrade Math (WSJ)
• Kass: Leave the Short-Sellers Alone (The Street)
• What happened in London? Just an adjustment of the Riot Index (The Globe and Mail) see also The world runs out of options (The Telegraph)
• The Fed’s secret QE equivalent (FT.com)
• Rental Options Sought On Foreclosed Homes (WSJ) see also One answer to the foreclosure mess: More immigrants (LA Times)
• Wal-Mart Visits Drop 2.6% as Added Products Fail to Draw Buyers, Memo Says (Bloomberg)
• Raters Fail to See Defaults Coming (WSJ) see also As stock markets crash, consider what Standard and Poor’s got right (Global Post)
• Elizabeth Warren Gearing Up For Senate Run, Announcement To Come Post Labor Day (Huffington Post)
• The Death of Booting Up (Slate)
What are you reading?
Kal via The Economist
Category: Financial Press
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