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?

U.S., Banks Agree on Foreclosure Pact

Source: WSJ

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