My afternoon train reading:
• A Surprising Surge for Industrial Stocks (NY Times)
• You Can Thank or Blame Richard Stanger for Writing 401(k) (Bloomberg)
• 4 numbers to help you make sense of the stock selloff (Yahoo Finance) see also It’s the hot money, stupid (FT Alphaville)
• World Needs More Bridges, Roads & Power Grids, but do Investors Need ‘Infrastructure’ Funds? (WSJ)
• Son of Big Board Father No Friend to NYSE (Bloomberg)
• Hillary Clinton is the most formidable presidential frontrunner in modern era (The Guardian)
• The Middle Class Is Steadily Eroding. Just Ask the Business World. (NY Times) see also Why the Rich Feel Besieged: A checklist (MoJo)
• Study: Abortion rate at lowest point since 1973 (Washington Post)
• California Dries Up as Brown Pushes $15 Billion Tunnel (Bloomberg)
• How the Seattle Seahawks solved Peyton Manning (WSJ)
What are you reading?
Share of Labor Force Projected to Rise for People Age 55+ and Fall for Younger Age Groups
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Category: Financial Press
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