My Big Fat Greek Thursday AM Reads

My big fat Greek morning reads:

• The Fed:
…..-FOMC Keeps Its Finger on Trigger (WSJ)
…..-Bernanke Gives Impetus to New Stimulus (Bloomberg)
• The Chinese Shadow Banking System: Swimming Naked in China (The Diplomat)
• Biggest Public Firms Paid Little U.S. Tax, Study Says (NYT) see also Many companies pay no income taxes, study finds (CNN Money)
• Shale Gas Reserves Could Reignite U.S. Economy (Bloomberg)
• Greece:
…..-Greece: The Debtor that Roared (Naked Capitalism)
…..-Is Greece bluffing? (Fortune)
…..-1998: Joining Euro A Dim Hope For Greece  (Crossing Wall Street)
…..-Euro’s Leaders Question Greek Membership (Bloomberg)
• Many Alarms Rang Before MF Global Crashed (DealBook)
• BofA ‘Should Be Worried’ as Customers Mull Defecting, Poll Shows (Bloomberg) see also Court Hits Wells Fargo Over Mortgages (WSJ)
• 8 Things I’d Rather See Apple Do With Their Cash (I Heart Wall Street)
• Could Japan’s economic malaise strike here in U.S.? (USA Today) see also U.S. Firms Pose Hurdle for Yuan (WSJ)
• Your Brain on Politics: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Liberals and Conservatives (Discover Magazine)

What are you reading?

Source: Meat Prices Continue Their Bull Run (WSJ)

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