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31st October 2014

How Congress Crippled the Recovery

Voters should keep in mind the economic consequences of their decisions.

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31st October 2014

Hedge Fund Thinks Fighting Argentina Over Bonds Looks Fun

Oh sure let's just accelerate our Argentine bonds, what could possibly go wrong except everything that's happened over the last decade.

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31st October 2014

Half a Century of Evidence to Fear the Fed

On one historical measure of how much slack there is in the economy, the Federal Reserve should already be reaching for its rate-rise button.

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31st October 2014

Democrats Can't Skip Iowa

Any Democrat who wants to challenge Hillary Clinton in 2016 has to do well in Iowa. 

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31st October 2014

Ballmer Got a Tax Break. So Do Lots of People.

Earlier this week, the Financial Times reported that new Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer could stand to recoup around $1 billion in tax deductions

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31st October 2014

Ritholtz's Reads: Solar Panels and Sitcoms

Japan goes trick-or-treating. Here are my Friday morning reads.

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31st October 2014

Levine on Wall Street: Manipulation and Bankruptcy

Is it a crime in the U.S. for foreigners to manipulate foreign currencies abroad? Also: GM and Stockton bankruptcies, a pot pump-and-dump, a SIP failure, and working weekends.

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31st October 2014

Read Stuff, You Should: About That 'War on Women'

Jonathan Bernstein's morning links.

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31st October 2014

Bank of Japan's Money Can't Match China's Engine

Friday's stimulus moves by the Bank of Japan are another sugar high with little hope of producing sustainable growth in the long run.

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31st October 2014

China's Missing Babies

Allowing Chinese to have more kids was supposed to spark a baby boom. But it's not turning out that way.

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31st October 2014

Modi's Black-Money Blunder

India's Supreme Court has been straying into executive territory more and more. It's time to stop.

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31st October 2014

Europe's Deadly Fiscal Paralysis

Instead of grappling with the threat of low growth in the euro area, Europe's leaders are endlessly engaged with trivialities.

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31st October 2014

White House Says John Kerry Is No Sandra Bullock

White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough strongly defended Secretary of State John Kerry, taking issue with recent articles suggesting President Barack Obama

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30th October 2014

Citigroup Traveled Back in Time to Lose More Money

Sometime between October 14 and October 30, Citi found a way to lose $600 million before September 30, because of fines that it will pay in November or December.

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30th October 2014

Rabbi's Shooting Has Israel on the Edge

Tensions are high. What happens next?

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30th October 2014

Hello, Men. Women Need You to Speak Up.

Men don't understand just how important their voices can be when it comes to the fight for gender equality in all parts of our lives. 

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30th October 2014

Donald Trump Gets Real Estate Wrong in 'Slumbai'

Whenever evidence of Mumbai's extreme dysfunction is brought up, the crux of the argument is always the city's slums.

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30th October 2014

Hong Kong's Tycoons Should Take a Stand

Beijing is putting pressure on Hong Kong's tycoons to condemn protests that have paralyzed the city. They should be doing exactly the opposite.

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30th October 2014

They Say You Should Break This Grammar Rule

The attempted abolition of singular "they" was a hypercolossal blunder by 18th- and 19th-century fusspots.

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30th October 2014

Catch of the Day: Governors Have No Coattails

A Democratic governor in a Republican-leaning state might be better off with a Republican in the White House. 

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