10 Tuesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• As Gas Prices Drop, Hybrid Sales Shift Into Low Gear (NPR)
• Now the Stress Tests Are Over, Can the Eurozone Economy Be Fixed? (MoneyBeat)
• Tightest Credit Market in 16 Years Rejects Bernanke’s Bid (Bloomberg) see also Lenders Facing Housing Crash Rules Denying U.S Borrowers (Bloomberg)
• Do Financial Experts Make Better Decisions Than the Rest of Us?  No, says a new study of mutual-fund managers. (The Atlantic)
• Death of Active? The data doesn’t necessarily support the notion that investors have gotten religion about passive investing. (Morningstar)
• The Debate Over Wall St. Enforcement (DealBook)
• China’s strangest buildings, from pairs of pants to ping-pong bats (The Guardian)
• Is the Affordable Care Act Working? (NY Times)
• If GOP Takes Senate, Climate Change Deniers Will Control Key Committees (National Memo)
• Apple’€™s Surprising Growth Driver: The Mac (WSJ)

What are you reading?



Darker Global Outlook Has Bond Bears Hibernating

Source: WSJ


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