Tuesday Morning Reads

The news gets more fascinating everyday: Here’s what will start off your morning going:

• Profits Climb to 51-Year Mean as S&P 500 P/E at Crisis Level (Bloomberg)
• The Federal Government Races to the Cliff (Jeff Frankels Blog)
• As Government Nears Accord w/Banks, Questions Swirl Over Scope Of Investigation (HuffPo)
• Fed on Hold Longest Since 1940s (Bloomberg)
• Realty trade group overreported Chicago home prices (Chicago Tribune)
• Monetary Rage (NYT)
• Short-termism and the risk of another financial crisis (Washington Post)
• Using Clawbacks to Punish Bank Executives (Deal Book)
• Super-PACs & Dark Money: ProPublica’s Guide to New World of Campaign Finance (Pro Publica)
• Effective things can come from silly places (Guardian)

What are you reading?

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