10 Thursday AM Reads

My early morning reads:

• Stung by Losses, Main Street Investors Fail to Notice Market’s Rebound (Businessweek)
• High-Speed Trading in the Spotlight (WSJ)
• Eisinger: Distortion in Tax Code Makes Debt More Attractive to Banks (DealBook)
• The Tyranny of Algorithms (WSJ) see also Meet the New Boss: Big Data (WSJ)
• FDIC Two-fer:
…..-Big Bank Execs Just Don’t Get It: FDIC’s Hoenig (American Banker)
…..-Sheila Bair and the bailout bank titans (Fotune)
• Hedge Fund Giant Louis Bacon’s Bold Mission To Save The American West (Forbes)
• JPM Two Fer:
……-JPMorgan’s mortgage-backed migraine (Reuters)
……-JPMorgan Said to Break Moody’s Lock on Commercial-Mortgage Bonds (Bloomberg)
• Project S.H.A.M.E.: Megan McArdle, a Covert Republican Party Activist Trained by the Billionaire Koch Brothers (Naked Capitalism)
• Newsweek: Is Asking Inane Questions the Future of Journalism? (American Prospect)
• Popular Atomics: Periodic Table Is New Touchstone of Geek Chic (WSJ)

What are you reading?


The debtors’ merry-go-round

Source: Economist

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