My morning reads:
• Traders Said to Rig Currency Rates to Profit Off Clients (Bloomberg)
• Gundlach: Don’t Sell Your Bonds (Advisor Perspectives) but see In a Shift, Interest Rates Are Rising (DealBook)
• Potentially huge legal development: MBIA Loses Suit Over Crisis-Era Bond Deal (WSJ)
• How the Intelligence Community Is Undermining American Technology Companies in Europe (Moneybox)
• John Maynard Keyne’s View of the World Economy 1870-1914, and of the Tasks of 1919 (Brad DeLong)
• More Signs of Slowly Healing Job Market (Real Time Economics)
• Whistleblower Edward Snowden talks to South China Morning Post (South China Morning Post)
• Sony Outduels Microsoft in First PS4-Xbox One Skirmish (Bloomberg)
• Your Ad Here: We think you are stupid and have bad taste (Gawker)
• 13 Things That Seem Like Scams But Are Actually Really Great (Business Insider)
What are you reading?
Bumpy Return to Normal or New Volatility as Central Banks Step Back?
Category: Financial Press
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