Ritholtz's Reads: U.S. Corporate Profits Are Surprisingly Strong
My Tuesday morning train reads:
• China’s Middle-Class Dreams in Peril: Smaller cities on the cusp of China’s transformation toward consumer-driven growth struggle to overcome ill effects of previous economic model (WSJ)
• Charley Ellis Foresees a 401(k) Crisis (Morningstar)
• Who Owns Stocks? It’s Not Just the Rich (Real Time Economics)
• After a 1996 Mass Shooting, Australia Enacted Strict Gun Laws. It Hasn’t Had a Similar Massacre Since. (Slate)
• Apple Executives Mark Anniversary of Steve Jobs’s Death With Personal Tributes (Re/Code)
What are you reading?
Corporate Earnings Had Biggest Jump Since ’12
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