My afternoon train-reading:

• The ‘most overrated argument’ for equities (MarketWatch)
Wolf: Failing elites threaten our future (FT)
• Inside the ADP Numbers: Evidence that Friday’s Job Report Was a Giant Outlier (WSJ)
• Google’s New Business Model (stratēchery) see also Google’s plot to take over your digital life (CNN)
• Why Credit Scores Dropped on New Mortgages in 2013 (WSJ)
• Who Killed Net Neutrality? (New Yorker)
• Here’s How To Have Fun On Instagram Without Posting A Single Picture (Thought Catalog) see also How today’s snap-happy culture is inspiring artists (WSJ)
• The Real Chris Christie Scandal (Talking Points Memo)
• When the Military is Walmart (Priceonomics) see also Navy Officials predict new commercial waterways and a resource-rich frontier in the Arctic by midcentury. (WSJ)
• Bruce Springsteen & Jimmy Fallon On Chris Christie’s Bridgegate (BuzzFeed)

What are you reading?

 

U.S. Budget Deficit Plunging in Fiscal 2014

Source: MarketWatch

 

Category: Financial Press

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3 Responses to “10 MidWeek PM Reads”

  1. willid3 says:

    who knew that the failures of our elites (politicians who supported the economic elites and intellectual) all lead to the great crash. and not just once. but some how they always do. and this time they seemed to have avoided their punishment. and oddly enough it seems that the EU is leading some of its nations away from democracy. since their politicians no longer have control, others do.

  2. willid3 says:

    new Swiss regulator, was at one company involved in the LIBOR mess?
    http://www.ft.com/intl/fastft

    huh?