10 Friday AM Reads

My early morning reads:

• Banks Get Mauled by Bears’ Bets (WSJ)
• As Europe’s Currency Union Frays, Conspiracy Theories Fly (NYT)
• The U.S. Reaps Benefits as a Scarce Berth in the Safe Harbor (Barron’s) see also Foreign Investment Surges (WSJ)
Rosie! A Noted Market Bear Gets (a Little) Bullish (WSJ)
• What Facebook Knows (Technology Review)
• Counting on an Inheritance? Count Again. (WSJ)
• The EU Smiled While Spain’s Banks Cooked the Books (Bloombergsee also Greek Dilemma: Buy, Sell, or Hide (WSJ)
• WHY SMART PEOPLE ARE STUPID (New Yorker)
• Pelosi Joins Cantor Among Wealthiest U.S. House Leaders (Bloomberg) see also Congress reveals lawmakers’ personal mortgages for first time (Washington Post)
• Older, Mellower, but Still Woody (WSJ)

What are you reading?

 

More countries are saying that China is world’s leading economic power

Source: Economist

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