10 Monday AM Reads

My early morning reads to start off the week:

• Morgan Stanley Was ‘Driver’ on Facebook’s Wild IPO Ride (WSJ) see also Facebook Told Regulators IPO Range Was Near Fair Value (Bloomberg)
3 Things Jamie Dimon Doesn’t Understand About Banking (Motley Fool)
• Foreign-exchange intervention and the fundamental trilemma of international finance: Notes for currency wars (Vox) see also Worried Banks Resist Fiscal Union (NYT)
• ECB Ready to Play? (Tim Duy’s)
• Surprise! Homeowner Aid Boosts Big Banks (WSJ)
• Fed Seen Twisting to Risk Management to Spur U.S. Growth (Bloomberg) see also Bernanke’s Inflation View Validated as Commodities Fall (Bloomberg)
• Solar Boom Heads to Japan Creating $9.6 Billion Market (Bloomberg)
• Why I’m betting big on Europe (Fortune) see also Desperate Greeks Withdraw Money from Accounts (Spiegel.de)
• Why Mutual Fund Guardians Are Failing (SmartMoney)
• Apple and Google Go Head to Head Over Mobile Maps (NYT)

What are you reading?

Morgan Stanley Was ‘Driver’ on Facebook’s Wild IPO Ride

Source: WSJ

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