10 Thursday AM Reads

My morning reads:

• Finance’s Crisis of Legitimacy (Project Syndicate) see also Wall Street is ruining America (MSN Money)
• The euro graph of doom (Telegraph)
• Why Berkshire is Killing It Right Now (Reformed Broker)
• Feeding Frenzy Seen If Wall Street Sues Itself Over Libor (Bloomberg)
• Drought in U.S. reaching levels not seen in 50 years, pushing up crop prices (Washington Post)
• Is the New Money-Market Fund an ETF? (Barron’s) see also What’s driving the Total Return ETF? (Reuters)
• How a Medieval Friar Forever Changed Finance (Echoes)
• Is Housing Back From the Dead? (Businessweek)
• Nürburgring Bankrupt: What’s Happening at the Nordschleife (Car Driver)
• Why Windows 8 Made Me Sell MSFT (Institutional Investor)

What are you reading?


 Big Banks Prepare Another Round of Cuts

Source: WSJ

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