07/06/16 – Wednesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • How Brexit Is Likely to Keep Beating Up Emerging Markets (blogs.wsj)
  • Italy could legit spark a crisis – person obsessed with crisis (Bloomberg)
  •  Stocks Slide With Pound Amid Renewed Worries Over Global Growth (bloomberg)
  • Swedroe: A New Factor-Based Approach to Classifying and Measuring the Performance of SRI Mutual Funds (mutualfunds)
  • Why REITs are the hotness right now (Indexology)
  • Double Secret Probation: When institutions put their asset managers on notice (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • By Jove: NASA Says Juno Craft Is Orbiting Jupiter (npr)
  • Gold Breaks Out as Brexit Hits European Currencies (barrons)
  • Can post-Brexit London retain its crown as a global hotspot? (telegraph.co.uk)
  • BofA says flows out of stock and bond funds were almost $15 billion last week (ValueWalk)
  • Extremely troll-y post compares the murder rate in US cities to Medieval Europe (Washington Post)
  • El-Erian: 3 Things to Know About Record-Low U.S. Yields (bloomberg)
  • U.S. Holds More Oil Than Saudi Arabia or Russia (Bloomberg)
  • The yen is surging (Business Insider)
  • America’s Trade Deficit Wasn’t Always a Jobs Killer. But It Is Now. (slate)
  • U.S. Banks Likely to Feel Chill From Europe (Wall Street Journal)
  • Don’t Ask your Barber if you need a Haircut (tonyisola)
  • When Stocks Give You Nothing (fool)
  • The Verizon workers stopped striking on June 1st, how will this impact tomorrow’s jobs report? (Calculated Risk)
  •  Job Training Works. So Why Not Do More? (nytimes)
  •  The incredible things that had to go just right for Juno to reach Jupiter (qz)
  • Swing State Polls And National Polls Basically Say The Same Thing (fivethirtyeight)

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