10 Monday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• What the Islamic State’s currency tells us about the bloody origins of money (Quartz) see also Hedge Funds Cut Gold Bets in Fastest Exit This Year (Bloomberg)
• Time for a ‘melt-up’: the coming global boom (Reuters)
• Bad vs. Basic: Kip McDaniel on identifying the bad and the basic in the competition for the finite asset pools that are moving away from risk. (Chief Investment Officer)
Krugman: Japan Through the Looking Glass (NY Times) see also Abe’s choice between recovery and fiscal sustainability (Gavyn Davies)
• Money Surges Into Shanghai Stocks on Stock Connect’s First Day (WSJ)
• The hard truth about Americans’ retirement options (LA Times) see also The astonishing rise in wealth inequality, in one gif (Vox)
• Pandering Your Wealth Away (Motley Fool)
• The SEO Dominance of Zillow (Priceonomics)
• Six Banks to Pay $4.3 Billion in First Wave of Currency-Rigging Penalties (Bloomberg)
• Cartography’s Favourite Map Monster: the Land Octopus (Big Think)

What are you reading?


Money Surges Into Shanghai Stocks on Stock Connect’s First Day

Source: WSJ


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