Good Sunday morning. Some reads to round out your long weekend:
• Five Takeaways From the Jobs Report (Real Time Economics)
• For Pension Funds, Higher Fees Don’t Mean Higher Returns, Study Finds (WSJ)
• Japan in a Bind on Planned Tax: Fears Are It Will Hurt Rebound (WSJ) see also Should Japan default? (Noahpinion)
• Jeff Miller takes a broad look at the week ahead and the week that was (Old Prof)
• Gold’s One Certainty: Its Decline Has Been Swift (NYT)
• Demographers Discover The Fundamental Law Governing the Growth of Cities (MIT Technology Review see also How Immigration Reform Would Help the Economy (Economix)
• Austerity Won’t Work if the Roof Is Leaking (NYT)
• The Collapse of Science, Not Housing, Ended the American Dream (HuffPo) see also The Republican War on Data (Fiscal Times)
• Google Ventures Stresses Science of Deal, Not Art of the Deal (NYT)
• America’s love affair with its cars is far from over (CNN/Money)
Whats up for brunch?
How One Month’s Jobless Fare a Month Later
Category: Financial Press
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