10 Monday AM Reads

Back in the saddle for at least a few days. Here is what I am reading this morn:

• Stocks Continue to Defy Investors’ Sour Mood (WSJ) see also In Sliding Internet Stocks, Some Hear Echo of 2000 (NYT
Hello Cayman Isles! My Big Fat Belizean, Singaporean Bank Account (NYT)
• Next Stop for 10-Year Treasurys: 1.25% Yield? (WSJ) see also A Safer Way to Buy ‘Junk’ ? (WSJ)
• No Such Thing as Risk? (Hussman Funds)
• Used Lamborghinis Linger on H.K. Lots Amid China Lull (Bloomberg) see also  Growth in U.S. Slows as Consumers Restrain Spending (Bloomberg)
• Federal Spending Cutbacks Slow Recovery (WSJ)
• A modest proposal: Treat banks like tobacco companies (Reuters) see also Sarbox Law’s Big Weapon Sits Idle (WSJ)
• Disruptions: Innovations Snuffed Out by Craigslist (NYT)
• Contractors bemoan delays as rookie U.S. buyers learn the ropes (Washington Post)
• Did Your Brain Make You Do It? (NYT)

What are you reading?

 

Stocks Continue to Defy Investors’ Sour Mood

Source: Reuters

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