10 Thursday AM Reads

My (belated) morning reads:

• Why Wall Street Should Stop Whining (Rolling Stone)
• To Envision Dodd-Frank’s Future, Look to Its Predecessor SOX (DealBook)
Andy Xie: The outlook for the global economy is gloomy and leaders lacking vision are to blame (Caixin)
• Black Helicopters Hover Over Economic Reality (Bloomberg) see also Bernanke Says 8.3% Unemployment Understates Weakness in U.S. Labor Market (Bloomberg)
• The insiders are selling heavily (Market Watch)
• Wall Street Places Big Bets on Troubled Securities (DealBook) see also Goldman Snags Old AIG Bonds (WSJ)
• Records tumble at Christie’s art sale (Reuters)
• States With Top Foreclosure Rates Push U.S. Mortgage Accord to Completion (Washington Post) see also States Negotiate $26 Billion Agreement for Homeowners (NYT)
• Albert the (financial) Populist (Alphaville)
• Ferraris Out of Fashion in Italy as Police Nab Tax Evaders (Bloomberg) see also Honda Aims to Reclaim Its Luster (NYT)

What are you reading?

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U.S., Banks Agree on Foreclosure Pact

Source: WSJ

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