10 Wednesday AM Reads

My morning reads:

• The unprecedented behaviour of the central banks (FT.com)
• Europe’s $39 Trillion Pension Threat Grows as Economy Sputters (Bloomberg)
• Right Kind of Dividend Makes a Difference (WSJ) see also Dividends Rise in Sign of Recovery (NYT)
• Let’s talk about the market economy (John Kay)
• Blackstone Group says it “sucks” (Schwarzman, too!) (Domain Name Wire)
• In Greece, fears that austerity is killing the economy (Washington Post) see also Greek parents too poor to care for their children (BBC)
• Microsoft Says 4Q PC Shipments Likely Fell Short (Bloomberg) see also The Critics Rave … for Microsoft? (NYT)
• NYSE Deal Nears Collapse (WSJ)
• Romney Follows GOP Pattern of Losers Who Win (Bloomberg) see also Gingrich-Sponsored Attack Film Shows Romney as ‘Ruthless’ Rich (Bloomberg)
• Jacob Lew, Obama Nominee And Former Citigroup Executive, Doesn’t Believe Deregulation Led To Financial Crisis (HufPo)

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Dividends Rising

Source: NYT

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