Posts tagged 'further further reading'

Further further reading

For the commute home,

- The fiscal multiplier revisited. Read more

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For the commute home,

- Why cities keep growing while companies eventually die (HT Stacy-Marie Ishmael). Read more

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For the commute home,

- Why LinkedIn’s IPO will hand even more control to its founder. And is it time to jam like 1999Read more

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For the commute home,

- Raj Gupta and McKinsey, profiled. Read more

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For the commute home,

- The upward slope of real house pricesRead more

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For the commute home, now a more expensive trip,

- IMF working paper on cyclical vs structural unemployment. Read more

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For the commute home,

- Can you predict who will get a Nobel in economics? Read more

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For the commute home,

- Cisco beats expectations after the bell. Read more

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For the commute home,

- A new toy for Bill Gross: the UltraShort 20 Yr Treasury ETF (TBT) performance simulatorRead more

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For the commute home,

- How to make money in microsecondsRead more

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For the commute home, have a great weekend,

- “Breaking stride to pick up a penny, if it takes more than 6.15 seconds, pays less than the federal minimum wage.” Read more

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For the commute home,

- Top 5 reasons the MBS lawsuits are just beginning (HT Shanny Basar). Read more

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For the commute home,

- James Hamilton on whether high oil prices bring a new recession. Read more

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For the commute home,

- Finance books released in May, and three foreign policy books recommended by Dan Drezner. Read more

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A friendly reminder that FT Alphaville is off on Friday to celebrate an odd ritual whose meaning escapes its American correspondent. (We kid, people, relax.)

Monday, of course, is a bank holiday. We’ll be on alert in case something huge breaks, but in all likelihood we’ll see you on Tuesday. Read more

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For the commute home, where the only press conference is on finally ironing your own shirts,

- From idea to $20bn startup in twelve weeks. Read more

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For the commute home, where there is often such a thing as too much information, like the government warning on your favourite bottle of scotch,

- US IPO filings reach 2007 levels. Read more

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For the commute home, enjoy the long weekend with some short pickings,

- The US has already had a lost decadeRead more

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For the commute home, where per-capita beer consumption is about to explode,

- “We’re still in the early days of this trend, whereby countries slowly converge in terms of per-capita beer consumption.” Read more

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For the commute home, where your kids are tagging embarrassing pictures of you on Facebook,

- The Economist halts production for a month to let its readers catch up. (Or so says America’s finest news source.Read more

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For the commute home, or while frantically dropping off your tax forms at the post office alongside the other procrastinators,

- There’s the word “transitory” again, this time describing the Q1 slowdownRead more

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For the commute home,

- Those Xtranormal videos are getting meta. Read more

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For the commute home, where the only industrial policy is your children’s allowance, and returns decline by the year,

- Dani Rodrik vs Russ Roberts on industrial policy and entrepreneursRead more

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For the commute home, where no-one criticises your fiscal policies,

- More on Goldman’s bearish commodities turn. Read more

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For the commute home, where low volumes signal a run to the beer market,

- Does slow stock trading signal a bear market? Read more

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For the commute home, where… oh forget it, we’re sick of shutdown jokes too,

- Almost sick of them: the top 10 government shutdown pickup linesRead more

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For the commute home, where the carry trade means helping your better half unload the car in exchange for first dibs on the remote,

- The FT visits Bernie MadoffRead more

Further further reading, CPI jokes edition

For the commute home, where core inflation remains tightly restrained by your belt buckle,

- From Heidi Moore’s new blog at Marketplace — Bailouts: the investment banker employment act of 2008. Read more

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For the commute home, where budget decisions are made for rather than by children,

- Corn goes pop! Reaches a 33-month high.  Read more

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For the commute home, where your discount windows have always been transparent and available with easy credit,

- Appetite grows for asset-backed securities. Exotic ones, no less. Awesome. Read more