10 Monday AM Reads

Some reads to start your week:

• America is recovering from the debt bust faster than European countries. Why? (Economist)
• Eight Leading Economists Sound Off on Europe’s Fiscal Woes (The Daily Beast) see also A Greek Default: It’s a-Comin’ (Businessweek)
• Fed Begins an Effort to Remove All Doubt on What It’s Doing (NYT)
• China: One billion workers (Economist) see also China Set for Goldilocks Landing? (The Diplomat)
• Where to put your money if the bond bull stumbles (Market Watch)
• Some See Two New Gilded Ages, Raising Global Tensions (NYT) see also In Britain, Rising Outcry Over Executive Pay That Makes ‘People’s Blood Boil’ (NYT)
• Daniel Drew, Pioneer of the Wall Street Conspiracy: (Bloomberg)
• Economists See Ways to Aid Housing Market (WSJ) see also Why the Federal Reserve slept before the housing crisis (Washington Post)
• Euro Doomsayers Given Pause Ahead of Davos (Bloomberg)
• Wonkbook: Newt Gingrich’s elite anti-elitism (Washington Post) see also The Keys to the White House (Polly Vote)

What are you reading?

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