My early morning reads to start the week:
• 4 years after Wall Street crash, regulation of financial markets is still spotty (MC Clatchy) see also Double or Nothing: How Wall Street is Destroying Itself (Azizonomics)
• Martin Wolf: The Journey Towards Becoming Japan (FT.com)
• For Many in Greece, Austerity Is a False Choice (NYT) see also As European Austerity Ends, So Could the Euro (Bloomberg)
• Subsidies Aid Rebirth in U.S. Manufacturing (NYT)
• Risk without Reward (Harvard Mag)
• So You Wanna Talk About JPM’s Trading Loss and The London Whale (Kid Dynamite’s World) see also [JPM Whale-Watching Tour] Too Big To Hedge (FT.com)
• What if realists were in charge of U.S. foreign policy? (Foreign Policy)
• Seeing is understanding (Taschen)
• Missing: Stats on Crisis Convictions (WSJ)
• Prime-Time Howard Stern (NYT)>
What are you reading?
A Rare Speed Bump in Commodities’ Long Run
Category: Financial Press
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