Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: Gift-Giving and Iron Maiden
Good day after Christmas morning. (Have fun with those returns/exchanges.) Hope you saved some cash for the huge after holiday sales! Before you hit the stores, here are some interesting reads:
• S&P 500 Hits 42nd Record Close, Most Since 1998 (Barron's)
• Merry F%@#ing Buyback Christmas (Reformed Broker)
• The Greatest Gift of All (Economically Speaking) (Bloomberg)
• 8 1/2 Things That Went Right in 2013 (Businessweek)
• Perenially wrong bank analyst Bove defends TBTF banks: Why the US needs big banks (NY Post) Man, that litigation seems to have broken his spirit
• China cash crunch symbolises central bank policy quandary (FT)
• Japan's stock rally might not be finished (WSJ)
• When '60 Minutes' Checks Its Journalistic Skepticism at the Door (NY Times)
• How Iron Maiden found its worst music pirates -- then went and played for them (Cite World)
What are you reading?
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