Good Monday morning. These are the items that will make the start of your week a little better informed:

Rising riches: 1 in 5 in U.S. reaches affluence (USA Today) but see also Cash is still king for affluent investors (FT)

• The Hubble bubble theory of the continuous expansion of the financial universe (FT Alphaville)

• WSJ vs NYT: Fed Closes In on Bond Exit (WSJ) but see Fed’s Plan to Taper Stimulus Effort Not Expected Until Next Year (NY Times)

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Category: Financial Press

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9 Responses to “10 Monday AM Reads”

  1. hue says:

    Wage Subsidies (Noahpinion)

    How to stop the robots from taking all our jobs: A Q&A with Noah Smith (AEIdeas)

    Why Americans Are So Angry? (The Economist)

  2. RW says:

    Banks outperform the market, with regional banks pulling ahead

    …why all of a sudden we are seeing regional banks outperforming the overall banking sector. The answer has to do with the changing regulatory landscape…

  3. romerjt says:

    Somewhat partisan practice being a Brit – Matching Test
    A. Ted Cruz
    B. Bill O’Rielly
    C. Glenn Beck
    D. Tea Party platform
    E. Karl Rove, just before the Romney victory party.
    F. Job descriptor for female pundits @ Fox News
    G. House Republicans
    H. ACA web site roll out
    I. Congress
    J. Last Republican gov’t shut-down

    1. Argy-bargy: Quarrelsome, arguing.
    2. Balls-up: “Gone wrong”, a situation that hasn’t gone according to plan.
    3. Bollocks: Nonsense.
    4. Catch flies: To sit with one’s mouth hanging open.
    5. Cock up: Make a mess of something. “He really cocked up his job interview when he mentioned that he’d shagged the boss’s daughter.”
    6. Crumpet: A sexually desirable person.
    7. Lost the plot: Lost one’s mind/gone senile. “My great-uncle thinks he’s an admiral with the United Federation of Planets, but of course, he lost the plot years ago.”
    8. “Mad as a bag of ferrets”: Utterly and completely insane.
    9. Sausage fest: An event that has a disproportionate amount of males to females… like a comic convention.
    10. Smarmy: Creepy, sleazy.

  4. SkepticalOx says:

    @BR: I saw a Star Trek posted this weekend/Monday on my RSS feed, that seems to be gone now (or broken link)? Can you check?

  5. farmera1 says:

    Don’t know what to say. Summer’s seems to think we need more bubbles. I think that governments often don’t survive bubbles/run away inflation and the resulting mess. To think Summer’s was really close to being the FED chairman. WOW.

    Larry Summers on Why Our Economy Needs More Bubbles
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/larry-summers-even-free-money-225100511.html