My morning reads:
• Tips From Wall Street Hedge Fund Gurus Fail to Reward Faithful (FT.com)
• Jobless Claims in U.S. Unexpectedly Fall to Five-Year Low (Bloomberg)
• Earnings Not Yet a Viral Sensation (WSJ)
• Stock Markets Rise, but Half of Americans Don’t Benefit (Economix) but see Everyone Who Started Watching ‘Mad Money’ In 2005 Now Billionaires (The Onion)
• Economists See Deficit Emphasis as Impeding Recovery (NYT)
• Are ‘Hot Hands’ in Sports a Real Thing? (NYT)
• What is wrong (and right) in economics? (Dani Rodriks Weblog) see also Rethinking macroeconomic policy (VOX)
• China’s Next Leap Forward: From Comrades to Consumers (Diplomat)
• Elizabeth Warren: Give students the same deal as big banks (Politico)
• 7 Dodgy Food Practices Banned in Europe But Just Fine Here (MotherJones)
What are you reading?
Fiscal Policies Take a Toll
Category: Financial Press
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