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The top of today’s reading list is an article about record credit downgrades in China and the prospects for the first onshore bond default by a government owned enterprise …….. and the last article explains why Nate Silver made a brilliant move leaving The New York Times to go to ESPN.
- Record Downgrades Foreshadow First Onshore Default (Bloomberg News) China is still trying to clean up its credit markets.
- Oil’s Middle East Fallacy (EconMatters) EconMatters contributes to Global Economic Intersection.
- Bhidé and Phelps: Central Banking Needs Rethinking (Amar Bhide and Edmund Phelps, The Wall Street Journal) Amar Bhide and Edmund Phelps have both contributed to Global Economic Intersection.
- A Long-Term Look at Inflation (Doug Short, Advisor Perspectives dshort.com) Doug Short contributes to Global Economc Intersection.
- I understood gender discrimination once I added “Mr.” to my resume and landed a job (Kim O’Grady, Quartz)
- Why John Maynard Keynes Supported the New Deal (Philip Scranton, Echoes, Bloomberg)
- Lyon Mountain and Ausable Forks: Company Towns (Lawrence P. Gooley, Adirondack Almanack) Will 19th century capitalism return?
- Hubble finds tiny new moon orbiting Neptune (Chris Wood, gizmag)
- These Numbers Show That Nate Silver Made A Genius Decision Ditching The New York Times For ESPN (Walter Hickey, Business Insider) Following the web traffic.
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