10 Monday PM Reads

Some reads to keep you busy on the train home:

• The sun also rises. Bond yields, not so much (FT Alphaville)
• Is This Man Going to Be China’s Elon Musk? (Bloomberg)
• Why Everyone Should Meet 401(k) Contribution Limits (Motley Fool)
• Deutsche Bank Blasts James Montier And John Hussman’s Case For Falling Profit Margins (Business Insider)
• “It’s total moral surrender”: Matt Taibbi unloads on Wall Street, inequality and our broken justice system (Salon)
• The three deadliest drugs in America are all totally legal (Vox)
• A housing project in China highlights ties among local-government debt, corporate borrowing and shadow banking (WSJ)
• How Americans Like Their Steak (FiveThirtyEight)
• 5 Things Google will conquer in the future (according to Larry Page) (Financial Post)
• Let’s go fly a drone: the best vacation pics come from above (WSJ)

What’s on your mind?

China’s Debt Risks Come to Fore in Housing Project

Source: WSJ

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