Thursday reads

Off to an appointment, but before I head out, I had to share these eye catchers:

Volcker whacks Goldman Sachs (CNN)

Banks’ Size, Trading Would Be Limited in Obama Plan to Reduce Risk-Taking (Bloomberg)

China growth quickens, points to tighter policy (Reuters)

• Bad loan twofer:

Banks See a Leveling Off in Bad Consumer Loans (NYT)
Loan Troubles Bedevil Banks (WSJ)

Homebuilders Turn to Private Equity for Financing (Bloomberg)

Better Off Deadbeat: Craig Cunningham Has a Simple Solution for Getting Bill Collectors Off His Back. He Sues Them. (Dallas Observer)

Direct Bids Creep In To 4-Week Treasury Auction (MarketBeat)

• Apple iSlate two-fer

Apple Sees New Money in Old Media (WSJ)
Apple Courts Publishers, While Kindle Adds Apps (NYT)

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