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The top of today's reading list has has Ann Pettifor's memo to new Bank of England head Mark Carney ........ and the last article is about 80 years of wisdom from Byron Wien.
- An Inflation Policy That Worked (Barry Ritholtz, The Big Picture)
- Upper Works: The Lost Settlement of Adirondac (Pete Nelson, Adirondack Almanack) Throughout the northestern quadrant of the U.S. are old iron mines and blast furnances, some predating the Revolutionary War. But none is more interesting and unexpected to the modern explorer than the McIntyre iron works and village of Adirondac that flourished in the remote high peaks of the Adirondacks in the early to middle 19th century.
- Merrill Lynch on Taper Timing (Bill McBride, Calculated Risk) Read also Four Charts to Track Timing for QE3 Tapering.
- The End of Ethics -- and a Way Back (W. Scott Simon, Morningstar Advisor)
- The Global Climate 2000-2010: A Decade of Extremes (World Meteorological Organization, 2013) Hat tips to Roberto A. Ferdman, Quartz and to Derek Markham, Newsana.
- Repairing infrastructure can help repair economy (Barry Ritholtz, The Washington Post)
- Death on Killer Mountain (Amanda Padoan, The Daily Beast)
- Are you reading the new journalism, or so you still wear the blinders of the old? (Fabius Maximus) Fabius Maximus contributes to Global Economc Intersetcion.
- Blackstone's Byron Wien Discusses Lessons Learned in His First 80 Years (Byron Wien, Blackstone Blog) Hat tip to Barry Ritholtz at The Big Picture.