10 Wednesday PM Reads

My afternoon lobbying reads:

•  U.S. 10-Year Yield Below 2% for First Time Since 2013  (Bloomberg)
• Privately, Saudis tell oil market- get used to lower prices (Reuters) see also U.S. Oil Producers May Drill Themselves Into Oblivion (Businessweek)
• European Policy Makers At Odds As Eurozone’s Economic Woes Deepen (WSJ)
Where Do the World’s Wealthiest People Live? (Real Time Economics)
• A High-Speed Trader Looks to Slow Down Critics: Hudson River Trading Chief Says HFT Business Is Misunderstood (WSJ)
• The U.S. Leads the World in Nobel Laureates Thanks to One Surprising Factor (Mic)
• How North American Companies Are Leaping Into a Low-Carbon Future (Slate)
• This Man’s Simple System Could Transform American Medicine (Wired)
• Infrastructure Investment Truly a No-Brainer (Washington Center for Equitable Growth) see also IMF Survey :  Time Is Right for an Infrastructure Push (IMF)
• How Obamacare Drives The Sharing Economy (BuzzFeed)
• Colorado marijuana revenues hit a new high (WonkBlog)

What are you reading?



IMF Sees Greater Chance of Recession In Some Economies

Source: WSJ


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