G’morning from Anguilla; I’ll get some photos posted later this weekend. But for now, some morning reads:
• Corporate Outlooks Hint At More Pain Ahead (WSJ) but see S&P 500 Gets 9% Cheaper as Profit Restores $3.2 Trillion (Bloomberg)
• Uh-Oh: Ray Dalio just rang a bell at the top — sells $250M of Bridgewater to Texas Teachers’ Pensions (Barron’s)
• Buffett’s Berkshire Battle (WSJ)
• How Banks Submarined the Volcker Rule:
…..-The Volcker Rule, Made Bloated and Weak (DealBook)
…..-Banks Lobbied to Widen Volcker Rule Before Inciting Foreigners Against Law (Bloomberg)
• Oil price climbs on fear Iran may stop more oil (Energy Writer)
• Windows on the iPad, and Speedy (NYT)
• The Enigma of Martin Armstrong (revisited) (Cassandra Does Tokyo)
• Almost 400 former House staffers registered to lobby in last two years (Sunlight Foundation)
• How to stop fishermen from overfishing (Economist)
• Top five regrets of the dying (Guardian)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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