Wednesday Linkage

Clickworthy stuff to get you through hump day . . .

Richard Thaler: Markets can be wrong and the price is not always right (FT)

Moodys: Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Likely to Be Wound Down (Bloomberg)

BofA’s tiny SEC fine (Felix Salmon) See WSJ for more details

A concrete problem (The Economist) Banks face another round of property-related bad debts: this time it will be flashy offices, not rundown homes

No end in sight for bank bailouts (CNN/Money)

The Unconscionable Math of Health Insurance Rescission (Taunter Media)

Choose Your Own Apocalypse: How Is America Going To End?

The Secret Design History of 12 Famous Brands (Fast Company)

Scientists hit back at climate scepticism (Sydney Morning Herald)

You can never get enough Parkour (Damien Walters)

What other clickworthy stories might I have overlooked?

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