“Nothing Done” — 10 Tuesday PM Reads

Fed came out and said nothing new — that leaves me with the following afternoon train reading:

• When Prejudices Become a Disadvantage (Science Daily)
• Broker departures accelerate at Merrill Lynch (Yahoo Finance)
• How the Depression Made Keynesians of Capitalists (Echoes)
• Facebook Risks Making No Friends With Google Challenge in Mobile Ads  (Bloomberg)
Glaeser: Why Some Housing Markets Do Better Than Others (Bloomberg)
• Bank Officials Cited in Churn of Foreclosures (NYT) see also Foreclosure Pact Alleges a Pattern of Malfeasance (WSJ)
The new old lie: On the meaning of war (New Criterion)
• Who are the Super PACs’ Biggest Donors? (ProPublica) see also When the GOP Tried to Ban Dark Money (ProPublica)
• Why Interacting with a Woman Can Leave Men “Cognitively Impaired” (Scientific American)
• The Unpersuaded: Who listens to a President? (New Yorker)

What are you reading?


Bond Trading Revives Banks

Source: WSJ

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