My morning reading:
• U.S. Stocks Beat BRICs by Most Ever Amid Market Flight (Bloomberg) see also Stock Break From Herd (WSJ)
• Weighing the Week Ahead: Will rising interest rates kill the stock rally? (A Dash of Insight)
• Herb Greenberg’s return to TheStreet.com: Risk Is Not a Four-Letter Word (TheStreet.com)
• Icahn, Ackman & Soros meet up on twitter Hilarity ensues (Jeff Matthews is Not Making This Up) see also Icahn’s $20 Billion Tweet: The Future of Stock Talk (Fiscal Times)
• Home ownership: how the property dream turned into a nightmare (The Guardian)
• Moral hazard, the Chinese way (FT Alphaville) see also China Trading Error Reduces Investor Confidence in Stocks (Bloomberg)
• Housing Expansion May Be Getting Scaled Back (Real Time Economics)
• What to read on Egypt (post-massacre edition) (Shashank Joshi)
• America Has Had More Austerity Than You Ever Would Have Imagined (Business Insider)
• The Art of Looking: What 11 Experts Teach Us about Seeing Our Familiar City Block with New Eyes (Brain Pickings)
What are you reading?
Euro-Zone Debt Gains Appeal
Category: Financial Press
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