My Wednesday morning reading:
• Capital Flows Back to U.S. as Markets Slump Across Asia (Bloomberg) see also The Vulnerability of Asian Markets Then (1997) and Now (2013) (Moneybeat)
• Low-volatility ETFs may not be what they used to be (CBS Money Watch)
• Delamaide: Wolves aren’t scariest things on Wall Street (USA Today)
• The SEC is now demanding that companies admit wrongdoing. That’s a big deal. (Wonkblog)
• Summers, Yellen allies wage behind-the-scenes effort to win Federal Reserve nod (Washington Post)
• Why it’s way too early to dismiss big data’s economic impact (Gigaom)
• How Pay-Per-Gaze Advertising Could Work With Google Glass (Bits)
• Tesla Model S Scores Best Safety Rating of Any Car Ever Tested by the U.S. Government (Moneybox)
• The iPhone 5C Isn’t For The US; It’s The iPhone For The Rest Of The World (Tech Crunch)
• This is the lobster article you want to read: The Mystery of Cheap Lobster (Atlantic)
What are you reading?
Pop Goes the Bond Market
Category: Financial Press
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