My afternoon train reading:

• Household net worth hits record high in third quarter (Reuters)
• Bargains Beckon Funds to European Equities (Bloomberg) see also A Snapshot of a Pricey Stock Market (Barron’s)
• The Hedge Fund Way: Pay More, to Get Less, and Be Unable to Access Your Money (Businessweek)
• If You Only Know 5 Things About Investing, Make It These (Motley Fool) see also Overcoming an Aversion to Loss (NY Times)
• Celebrations of Too Big to Fail’s Demise Are Premature (Bloomberg)
• Google’s Road Map to Global Domination (NY Times) see also The Googlization of the Far Right: Why is Google Funding Grover Norquist, Heritage Action and ALEC? (PR Watch)
• New York Asks Cellphone Carriers to Explain Why They Rejected Antitheft Switch (NY Times)
• How to stop the robots from taking all our jobs: A Q&A with Noah Smith (AEI Ideas) see also Wage subsidies (Not Quite Noahpinion)
• America’s Economy Is Officially Inside-Out (Harvard Business Review)
• Fiat Said to Spend $12 Billion for Made-in-Italy Luxury (Bloomberg)

 

What are you reading?

 

Who Met the Most With Regulators to Try and Shape the Volcker Rule? Big Banks.

Source: Sunlight Foundation

Category: Markets

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2 Responses to “10 MidWeek PM Reads”

  1. hue says:

    Crate Full of Otters — Some are Alive, Many are Dead: the 2013 Holiday Gift Guide (The Onion)

    Bias is in the Eye of the Beholder: What the Photog Says About Obama’s Selfie & First Lady’s Reaction (People)

    We Found This 20-Year-Old American T-Shirt In Kenya. The Internet Found The Original Owner (npr)

  2. RW says:

    Lawler on Fed Note: “Business Investor Activity in the Single-Family-Housing Market”

    …business investor purchase of SF homes from 2010 to 2013 (using full-year estimates for 2013) totaled over 950,000, more than double the total number of business investor purchases over the previous SIX years (2004-2009).