My morning end of week, end of month reads:
• Keynes Answers His Critics (Forbes)
• Why TV Has Resisted Disruption (stratechery) see also Fan TV revealed: is this the set-top box we’ve been waiting for? (The Verge)
• The New R&D: Repurchases and Dividends (The Reformed Broker)
• And the Winner Is … the Euro? (Moneybeat) see also Emerging-Market FX Gets Ugly. Very Ugly. (Moneybeat)
• Paul Volcker on good governance, Abenomics and why he won’t serve on any more commissions (Wonkblog)
• Dan Gross: Banks Are Thriving Despite Regulations Thanks to Economic Growth (The Daily Beast)
• The Fed’s been keeping the economy afloat. That’s the problem. (Wonkblog) see also Households Still Haven’t Rebuilt Lost Wealth (Real Time Economics)
• Ex-Microsoft manager plans to create first U.S. marijuana brand (Reuters)
• Architectural Heights of Fancy (NYT)
• Google Gets Ready for Its Close-Up (WSJ)
What are you reading?
Swoon in Bonds Puts Eye on Fed
Category: Financial Press
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