Early morning reads for the week:
• Revolving Door: From Top Futures Regulator to Top Futures Lobbyist (Rolling Stone) see also Could Huntsman and the Democrats Ally on Bank Reform? (Economix)
• What Would a European Tobin Tax Really Mean? (Spiegel.de)
• Stiglitz: The Perils of 2012 (Project Syndicate) see alos An Upside-Down Recovery Goes Back to Square One (Bloomberg)
• Inside the Fed in 2006: A Coming Crisis, and Banter (NYT) Fed’s image tarnished by newly released documents (Washington Post)
• Borrowers turn lenders as banks tap firms for cash (Reuters)
• China: Get Ready for Turbulence (The Diplomat)
• Today’s WTF headline: Investors Say Supply Sider Arthur Laffer Backed a Ponzi (Court House News)
• The 160 Billion Dollar Bezzle (Psy-Fi Blog)
• Forecasting next week’s Apple education event (Mac World)
• Frustrations Mount As Conservatives Worry The Tea Party’s About To Blow It In 2012 (TPM)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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