My morning reading material:
• Analysis: Bernanke paves the way for QE3 (Calculated Risk) see also Bernanke Makes Case for More Bond Buying (Bloomberg)
• Why Home Prices Have Much Further To Fall (Advisor Perspectives) see also Don’t Count on Housing Market to Lead Recovery (Bloomberg)
• A Who’s Who of Davos Absentees (DealBook)
• Bank of America Settlements Impede Fraud Probe, Arizona Says (Businessweek) see also Activists Call for Breakup of Bank of America (DealBook)
• Suing JPMorgan over MBS? Say thanks to bond insurers (Reuters)
• California calls $25-billion mortgage settlement ‘inadequate’ (LA Times) see also Eric Schneiderman promises aggressive financial fraud probe (LA Times)
• Uncanny Valley: The Real Reason There Are No Skyscrapers in the Middle of Manhattan (Observer)
• How (not) to defend entrenched inequality (Crooked Timber) see also Romney’s Tax Bill, European Style (Economix)
• How a late night talk show works (Storify)
• Turn off, tune in, drop out (Science News) see also Neural correlates of the psychedelic state as determined by fMRI studies with psilocybin (PNAS)
What’s on your to read list?
Category: Financial Press
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