Ritholtz's Reads: Bond Market's Death Is Greatly Exaggerated
My morning train reads:
• To be great, you must first learn to be good (Reformed Broker)
• Buy Side vs. Sell Side (A Wealth of Common Sense)
• Death of Bond Market-Making Is Greatly Exaggerated (Bloomberg)
• Ron Rhoades Threatens to Oppose Any Weakening of Fiduciary Standard (FiduciaryNews)
• Saudi Arabia: A Kingdom Stumbles (Dispatches From the Edge)
• Uber Is Not the Future of Work: Gig-enabling apps are a distraction from the uncertainties that affect far more people: Will workers get paid enough and are their jobs safe? (The Atlantic)
• Carros de Cuba, an automotive landscape frozen in time (Classic Driver)
What are you reading?
Everything Except Headline Inflation Is Saying the Same Thing
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