10 Tuesday AM Reads

My early morning reads:

• The ever-diminishing returns from Europe’s bailouts (Reuters)
• BIS warns global lending contracting at fastest pace since 2008 Lehman crisis (Telegraph
• Have we arrived at a financial singularity? (Finance Addict)
• Loophole at MF Global Is Headache for Regulators (WSJ)
• How the JOBS Act Will Impact Hedge Funds (Advanced Trading)
• Fun with pensions (Economist)
• J.P. Morgan Knew of Risks (WSJ) see also House of Dimon Marred by CEO Complacency Over Unit’s Risk (Bloomberg)
• The Fiscal Legacy of George W. Bush (Economix)
• Apple Veers Away From Google (WSJ)
• Days of Wild User Growth Appear Over at Facebook (WSJ)

What are you reading?

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Crude Falls Below $83, Lowest In 8 Months

Source: WSJ

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