10 Thursday AM Reads

Why do I doubt anyone is going to wear a “sexy ebola nurse costume” for Halloween? Oh, and reads:

• Fed’s Axis of Opposition Shifts from Hawks to Doves (Real Time Economics) but see Why the Fed is giving up too soon on the economy (Wonkblog)
• Buybacks Can Juice Per-Share Profit, Pad Executive Pay CFO Report
• GLD’s Fall From Grace (A Wealth of Common Sense) see also Gold Equals 15 Barrels of Oil in Bearish Sign for Bullion (Bloomberg)
• Everything you think you know about the news is probably wrong (Quartz)
• My clients pay me a lot of money so I can tell them that I don’t know the future (Barron’s)
• Goldman Sachs spooked the market by dethroning OPEC and declaring the US king (Quartz) see also Why the Drop in Oil Prices Caught So Many by Surprise (WSJ)
• Germany’s Car Elite to Go After Tesla (Epoch Times)
• Apple Pay Registered One Million Credit Cards in First 72 Hours (Re/Code) see also Retailers Like Wal-Mart Have Started A War Against Apple That They Have No Chance Of Winning (Business Insider)
• U.S. Suspends Risky Disease Research: The government will cease funding “gain-of-function” studies that make viruses more dangerous (Scientific American)
•For $100,000, You Can Clone Your Dog (Businessweek) see also Cloning Cows From Steaks (and Other Ways of Building Better Cattle) (National Geographic)

What are you reading?


U.S. Earnings Reassures Investors but Growth Lags

Source: WSJ


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