Good Sunday morning, here is a quick update of weekend news:
• When Interest Rates Rise, Stocks Don’t Have to Fall (NYT) see also Edgy About Interest Rates? Don’t Pop the Xanax Yet (Fiscal Times)
• Fleck: Cracks have appeared in the Japanese bond market, and potentially ours as well, as the world’s finances may be reaching critical stress-points (Washington Post)
• Donlan: Should Pot Be Legal? (Barron’s)
• The view from Europe: If companies can fire at will, they can also hire at will (Telelgraph)
• Washington ‘Spends’ More on Tax Breaks Than on Medicare, Defense, or Social Security (Atlantic)
• Labor union decline, not computerization, main cause of rising corporate profits (EurekAlert)
• Drones to enter public skies in 2015: Will it be safe? (Yahoo)
• Tokyo Prepares for a Once-in-200-Year Flood to Top Sandy (Bloomberg)
• Are We at the Electric Car’s Tipping Point? (Daily Beast)
• Behind the ‘Internet of Things’ Is Android—and It’s Everywhere (Businessweek)
What’s for brunch?
The U.S. Bond Market May Be Much Different Than You Think It Is
Source: Learn Bonds
Category: Financial Press
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