10 Monday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Going after Export-Import Bank is a strange way to attract crony capitalism (Washington Post)
• Ecuador to Goldman Sachs: We win, you lose (Fortune) see also Goldman Sachs Just Says ‘Vice President’ to Be Polite (Bloomberg View)
• Why inflation remains the best way to avoid stagnation (Tim Harford)
• Foreign Powers Buy Influence at Think Tanks (NY Times)
• The WSJ again wrings its hands over our struggling 1% (LA Times)
• China’s Military Gets More Bang for the Buck (Bloomberg View)
• Watergate’s most lasting sin: Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, and the pardon that made us all cynics (Salon)
• Wearables, Payments, Chickens and Eggs (stratechery)
• Joan Rivers Always Knew She Was Funny (NY Mag) see also Comedian Joan Rivers Is A Real ‘Piece of Work’ (NPR)
• Eat More Nuts (And Vegetables, And Don’t Forget to Exercise and Quit Smoking) (FiveThirtyEight)

What are you reading?


Europe’s Bank Takes Aggressive Steps

Source: NY Times

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