The latest interesting reading material from the tabloids:
• The Long-Term Argument for Dow 20,000 (NYT) Perhaps, but from a lower level
• Bank of England, Pushing for Less Financial Regulation, Fought Libor Oversight (WSJ) see also Two-thirds of Dodd-Frank still not in place (CNN/Money)
• Nocera: Financial Scandal Scorecard (NYT)
• Euro exit and depreciation would bring economic gains (Telegraph)
• Zweig: Why Your Brain is Killing Your Portfolio (WSJ) see also A Double Dip for Voting? (WSJ)
• Lots of MSM shifts these days:
……-Dave Calaway to USA Editor in Chief; A final salute (Market Watch)
……-A New Boss For NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC (Media Decoder)
……-Aaron Task is Yahoo Finance’s Editor-in-Chief (Capital NY)
……-Dan Gross is back at Newsweek (TBP)
• Our Ridiculous Approach to Retirement (NYT)
• Into the Bailout Buzz Saw (NYT) review of Bailout: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street
• The Customer as a God (WSJ) Businesses today tend to herd customers as if they were cattle, but a revolution in personal empowerment is under way—and buying will never be the same again.
• How to Write a Bestselling Business Book (BusinessWeek)
What are you downloading?
The Striking Price
Category: Financial Press
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