Ritholtz's Reads

Deregulation, Declines and the Death of Diners

Here are your morning reads.

My back-to-work morning train reads:

  • Scaramucci Is Long on Trump (New York); see also Trump and his new communications head are perfect for each other (Slate)
  • Investors, Stop Worrying About Why "Nobody" Is Worrying (MoneyBeat)
  • How Cyberwarfare Makes Cold Wars Hotter: In the war taking place across the global internet, everyone is a combatant -- and a target (Wall Street Journal)
  • What the Decline of the Dollar Means (DealBook)
  • How to Deregulate Wall Street (Without Causing a Crash) (Barron’s)
  • Donald Trump said 397 false things in six months. Here’s what we’ve learned (Toronto Star)
  • The Battle for the Moon Begins (Bloomberg)
  • Heat doesn’t just make us cranky. It makes us dumb shoppers. (Wonkblog)
  • A total solar eclipse is happening Aug. 21, and here’s what you need to know (Washington Post)
  • Watching and Lamenting the Death of the New York Diner (Grub Street)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jesse Eisinger, author of "The Chickens**t Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives."

Record S&P 500 Failing to Stem Steadiest Fund Outflow Since 2009

Source: Bloomberg

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