Good foggy Wednesday morning. These are what crossed the transom this a.m.:
• Why We Buy in a Marked-Up Market (NY Times)
• The Insanely Profitable Federal Reserve (Daily Beast), see also Why the world shouldn’t fear the taper (Washington Post)
• Garbage In, Garbage Out: Or, How to Lie with Bad Data (Medium)
• Jim O’Neill: What Five Days of Trading Tell Us About 2014 (Bloomberg), but see Decoded: BRICS (Bruegel)
Category: Financial Press
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