10 Thursday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• The Secret Sauce of the Investment Business (A Wealth of Common Sense)
• ETFs Climb Toward $2 Trillion Mark (WSJ)
• A Crazy Idea About Italy: Italy needs growth in nominal GDP to stop its debt burden from rising any further. To do so it needs Germany’s help. (Bruegel)
• Battle for the Senate: How the GOP did it (Washington Post) see also 11 Big Firsts From the 2014 Midterm Elections (NY Mag)
• Warnings from Japan for the eurozone: Europe has been unwilling to address the structural excess savings of creditor countries (FT)
• A breakdown of how the market performs after midterm elections (MarketWatch)
• Inequality, exhibit A: Walmart and the wealth of American families (EPI)
• One way or another, Ford’s new aluminium truck is a game-changer. (Economist)
• Science in a Republican Senate: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Scientific American)
• What the Forecasts Got Right, and Wrong (The Upshot)

What are you reading?
Yen’s Fall Adds to Bears’ Winnings

Source: WSJ



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