The endless parade of news never stops, which is why we bring you these hand-curated reads each morning (continues here):
• Vanguard takes keys to Pimco’s bond kingdom (Investment News)
• America Inc. Gets Schooled on Wages (WSJ) see also Overlooked Data Shows Japan Wages Rising (Real Time Economics)
• Why Bank of America probably won’t end up actually paying US$17B in mortgage securities settlement (Financial Post)
• Nobel economists say policy blunders pushing Europe into depression (Telegraph) see also Worse than the 1930s: Europe’s recession is really a depression (WonkBlog)
Category: Financial Press
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