Monday Reads

Ahhh, good to be back in the saddle after a week away. Quite a few very worthwhile reads crossed my desk today:

• Treasuries at Odds With Stocks (Barron’s)

• Martin Wolf: The political genius of supply-side economics (

• Sixteen Dow Recoveries: Update (D Short)

• The Great Mortification: Economists and the Crisis of 2007 (Infectious Greed)

• Ten Stock-Market Myths That Just Won’t Die (WSJ)

• Stephen Roach on The Consumption Gap: They thought Asia would save the world economy. They were wrong. (Foreign Policy)

•  22 Statistics That Prove The Middle Class Is Being Systematically Wiped Out Of Existence In America (Business Insider)

• Clay Shirky: What I Read (The Atlantic)

London Times loses 90% of online readership: Less than three weeks after the Times paywall went up, data shows a massive decline in web traffic  (Guardian) See also Newspaper Chain’s New Business Plan: Copyright Suits  (Wired)

• World’s best street food  (CNN)

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