My morning reads:
• Too Late for the Euro? (Columbia Mag)
• The next crisis?: Derivative CDs Tempt Savers as Banks Reap Fees (Bloomberg)
• How Citibank Dumped Lousy Mortgages on Taxpayers (Pro Publica)
• (Why?) Gross Fund at 66% Premium Shows Pimco Allure in Quest for Yield (Bloomberg)
• Today’s WTF headline: Roubini for World Bank? (Alphaville) see also Lunch with the FT: Kenneth Rogoff (FT.com)
• Collection and Credit Firms Facing Broad New Oversight (DealBook)
• Art Cashin: Here’s The Real Risk If Greece Defaults (WSJ) see also Athens faces tough bail-out terms (FT.com)
• Student Loans Near $1 Trillion Hurt Young Home Buyers (Bloomberg)
• Facebook’s ‘man in the middle’ attack on our data (IT World)
• Walter Isaacson’s ‘Steve Jobs’ (Daring Fireball) see also Apple’s Stock Is a Bargain (Slate)
What are you reading?
Central Bankers Rub Gold Bugs the Right Way
Category: Financial Press
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