Luxury Cars and Nuclear Wars

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Bond Investors Worry About the Tax Overhaul’s Long-Term Cost (Wall Street Journal)
  • Separated at Rebirth: Rolls-Royce and Bentley Are Traveling Different Roads to Success (Forbes)
  • It’s Different This Time (Macro Tourist); see also The Short-Vol Trade: Someone Forgot to Turn Off the Machine (Macro Man)
  • How Inflation Works -- or Why Your Chicken Is Going to Cost More (New York Times)
  • Strategic faith (Daniel P. Egan)
  • All the President’s Tenants (Forbes)
  • Trade a Lexus for a prestigious phone number? In Iraq, the best digits cost a mint (Washington Post)
  • The Trump Infrastructure Plan Just Might Have One Good Idea for Cities (Slate); see also Trump’s Huge Infrastructure Plan Is a Flop (Bloomberg View)
  • Scientists Know How You’ll Respond to Nuclear War -- and They Have a Plan (Wired)
  • 15 Minutes of Fame Is Too Much. Try 6 Seconds. (New York Times)

What are you reading?

How European Banks Are Dealing With Their Bad-Loan Problem

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