10 Tuesday AM Reads

My morning reading material:

• Hedge Funds Pile Into Stocks After Missing Rally (Businessweek)
• Everything You Need To Know About The Volcker Rule (Better Markets) see also Deutsche Bank No. 1 in Europe as Leverage Hits Valuation (Bloomberg)
• Terence Corcoran: In the market, everyone could be a ‘muppet’ (Financial Post)
• Institutions Tipping the ETF Scale (Forbes) see also Faith in buy-backs (Economist)
• The west has lost in Afghanistan (FT.com)
• A Small-Business Lobby’s Million-Dollar Legal Assault (WSJ)
Good man: Joseph Saluzzi appointed to CFTC Technology Advisory Committee for Automated and High Frequency Trading (Commodity Futures Trading Commission
• Q&A on health care reform (Harvard Gazette) see also John Roberts May Have Tipped His Hand On ‘Obamacare’ Reasoning (TMP)
• Global Warming Close to Becoming Irreversible (Scientific American)
• Three Classic Fairy Tales Examined Through the Lens of Architecture (Brain Pickings)

What are you reading?

Steel Finds Sweet Spot in the Shale

Source: WSJ

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