10 Mid-Week AM Reads

My morning reads:

• The Spreading Scourge of Corporate Corruption (NYT)
• Federal Reserve Of New York Proposed Reforms For Libor Issues In 2007 To 2008 (HuffPo) see also Fed Harms Itself by Missing Goals (Bloomberg)
• In New Rules to Shine Light on Derivatives, Regulators Also Allow Exemptions (DealBook)
• Dimon Risk Reputation on Line as JPMorgan Faces Analysts (Bloomberg)
• China State-owned lender gives $1 Billion to take public Chinese firms private (Bloomberg) see also Will the U.S. delist Chinese stocks? (China Accounting Blog)
• Foreclosure Supply and the Housing Market (Calculated Risk) see also Rents Increase as Vacancies Dry Up (WSJ)
Heidi Moore: The One Financial Crash We Avoided (Marketplace)
• In 2009, Americans paid lowest tax rates in 30 years to federal government (Washington Post)
• Global Warming Makes Heat Waves More Likely, Study Finds (NYT)
• What Will Happen When Microsoft Inevitably Kills Skype? (PC Mag)

What are you reading?


Rents Increase as Vacancies Dry Up

Source: WSJ

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