My morning reads:
• How to Fix the Cyprus Bank Disaster in 3 Steps (The Atlantic)
• Hong Kong Homes Face 20% Price Drop as Banks Raise Rates (Bloomberg) see also Asian Stocks Head for Largest Weekly Drop Since August (Bloomberg)
• Bob McTeer: No, The Fed Has Not Been Printing Boatloads of Money (NCPA)
• 10 Rules For Disruptors In The Financial Services Industry (Forbes) see also Why You Should Consider Taking Financial Advice From a Computer (Bloomberg)
• Masked by Gibberish, the Risks Run Amok (NYT) see also Financial Reform Is Being Dismantled. (New Republic)
• When do we call it a solvency crisis? (Credit Writedowns)
• Spending Isn’t the Problem, Austerity Is (US News) see also Why Global Economies Face an Age of Deflation (Bloomberg)
• Obama’s Speech In Israel: 5 Excerpts You Should Read (NPR)
• Google’s Google problem (The Economist) see also A Sophisticated Instagram Alternative (NYT)
• Why the Rich Don’t Give to Charity (The Atlantic)
What are you reading?
Peril for Euro Zone Hangs on Small Sum
Category: Financial Press
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