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The top of today’s reading list has a story about Brazil’s monetary woes …….. and the last article is about how even subliminal hints about money can degrade ethics.
- Brazil losing reserves fast as speculators attack real (Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, The Telegraph)
- Human Population Growth Creeps Back Up (Colin Sullivan, ClimateWire, Scientific American) New U.N. estimates suggest 9.6 billion people by 2050.
- The Two Centers of Unaccountable Power in America, and Their Consequences (Robert Reich, Huffington Post) Robert Reich has contributeed to Global Economic Intersection.
- A Greek bond raid – will it work? (Joseph Cotterill, FT Alphaville) Hat tip to Edward Harrison.
- More 72(t) Questions: Modifying a ‘SOSEPP’ (Natalie Choate, Morningstar Advisor) Sound obscure? Not really – read it.
- 7 Famous Dads Who Make Good Financial Role Models (Joyce Hanson, AdvisorOne)
- Young Americans Are Ditching Credit Cards (Blake Ellis, CNN Money, Yahoo! Finance) Hat tip tp to Russell Huntley.
- The Conflicting Testimony That Could Sink Bank of America (Amanda Mix, Motley Fool)
- UK living standards drop to lowest level in a decade (Sarah O’Connor, Financial Times)
- Just the Scent of Money Is Corrupting: Study (Mark Koba, CNBC) Hat tip to Russell Huntley.