Ritholtz's Reads: Germany's Forgotten Postwar Lessons
Yesterday’s turnaround was impressive, but today’s red Chinese screens make a repeat unlikely. No matter, we have you covered with our Shanghai morning train reads:
- Paulson v. Ackman, Bridgewater v. AQR: Who’s Trending on Google? (Chief Investment Officer)
- A data-driven look into whether hedge funds’ online popularity translates into assets under management. (CIO)
- Slow-Growth Pessimists Miss the Mark (Bloomberg View) see also Greater Appetite for Risk Needed for Faster Growth. (Washington Wire)
- Here Are Central Banks That Have Been Getting It Right -- and Wrong (Bloomberg)
- Austerity Has Failed: Open Letter From Thomas Piketty to Angela Merkel (Nation) see also Germans Forget Postwar History Lesson on Debt Relief (NYT)
- To save its stock markets, China is putting its whole financial system at risk. (Quartz)
- What’s Driving Health Insurers’ Merger Mania? (Wharton) but see The Tax Inversion Wave Keeps Rolling (WSJ)
- The Inevitable, Indispensable Property Tax (NYT)
- Human Curation Is Back (Monday Note)
- Pot to Produce: Why some marijuana growers are getting into salad greens (California Sunday)
- Edible insect farms strive for scale (FT)
What are you reading?
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