My morning reading material:
• New Suits Over Do-It-Yourself IRAs (WSJ)
• Four trends in central bank-land (FT Alphaville)
• Housing Data Disappoint … Again (Businessweek)
• Wolf: Why the eurozone may yet survive (FT)
• A Backstop for Muni Bonds (WSJ)
• Derivatives Lobby Has U.S. Regulators on the Run (Bloomberg) see also $8 Billion Swaps Rule Is Being Set (WSJ)
• Modelling Extremes (Dave Giles’ Blog)
• Physical media is dead — long live the app (Gigaom)
• Apple’s Still-Tempting Valuation (WSJ) see also Apple’s iOS devices: Selling ‘em as fast as it can make ‘em (Fortune)
• The story behind “Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs” (Ken Levine)
What are you reading?
Housing Data Disappoint … Again
Category: Financial Press
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