10 Thursday AM Reads

My early morning reads:

• Heady Returns, but Apple Finds Its Stock Falling (NYT) see also Apple Sales Gain Slowest Since ’09 as Competition Climbs (Bloomberg)
• Jed Rakoff: The judge who rules on business (Fortune)
Dr. Doom says quantitative easing will create zombie banks, firms and borrowers (Guardian)
• 6 Reasons the Stock Market Could Do Surprisingly Well in 2013 (Time) versus Is the Dow Making a New Top? (Profit Confidential)
• Yahoo, Dell Swell Netherlands’ $13 Trillion Tax Haven (Bloomberg)
• Rising House Prices, Not Stocks, Make People Feel Wealthy (Real Time Economics) see also Case, Quigley & Shiller: Wealth Effects Revisited: 1975-2012 (NBER)
• Is The “Self-Promotion-And-Envy Spiral” Taking Down Facebook? (Testosterone Pit)
Wolf: America’s fiscal policy is not in crisis (FT.com) see also Krugman: Martin Wolf, Hippie (NYT)
• The Zero Dark Thirty File (The National Security Archieve)
• Obama Could Bypass Congress to Fulfill Climate Pledge (Bloomberg) see also China Clean-Air Bid Faces Resistance (WSJ)

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Source: Chart of the Day

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