My morning reads:
• Bartlett: 7 Reasons the Fed Should Raise Interest Rates (Fiscal Times)
• A Huge Break in the LIBOR Banking Investigation (Rolling Stone) see also Banker to the Bankers Knows the Numbers Are Lying (Bloomberg)
• Hulbert: Has a major bear market in gold begun? (Market Watch)
• John Paulson’s Very Bad Year (Businessweek) see also Paulson Forgoes Prognostication as Greatest Trade Sequel Flops (Bloomberg)
• When High-End Meets Hoi Polloi, It’s Usually Bad News (Barron’s)
• Overseas buyers seek shelter in U.S. real estate (Market Watch)
• The Myth That Entitlements Ruin Countries, Busted in 1 Little Graph (Atlantic)
• How Ronald Reagan Socialized Emergency Room Medicine in the United States (Eclecta Blog)
• Is Grover Norquist’s Steel Grip On The GOP Finally Slipping? (TPM)
• Your E-Book Is Reading You (WSJ) see also A Few Good Ideas for Products (Circuits)
What are you reading?
U.S. Banks Face Different Sort of Debt Dilemma
Category: Financial Press
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