07/07/16 – Thursday’s Interest-ing Reads

  •  Iraq: The World Capital of Terrorism&#xA0 (theatlantic)
  • Larry Summers: We ought to consider what interest rates are really telling us (Washington Post)
  • Consummate Hitter Ichiro Suzuki Comes in Contact With an Irrefutable Number (nytimes)
  • Elon Musk: Fortune Magazine is engaged in a conspiracy against Tesla Motors (Jalopnik)
  • What Is Loss Aversion? (scientificamerican)
  •  The Shrinking of the American Lawn (theatlantic)
  • How do I get some capital to this d-bag? (New York Post)
  • Fidelity takes the index fund fight to Vanguard (Fidelity)
  • $18 billion worth of UK property funds are now closed to redemptions (Bloomberg)
  • Everything You Need To Know About Britain’s Scathing Iraq Inquiry (digg)
  • How dare you make us eat our own cooking? (TRB)
  • Take a Simple Idea and Take It Seriously (fool)
  • Five bricks in the wall of worry (macro-man.blogspot.ie)
  • Congress should think twice before grilling Bridgewater alum James Comey (Politico)
  • How remain failed: the inside story of a doomed campaign (theguardian)
  • The pound plunge is just getting started – Wall Street (Bloomberg)
  • Did economists fail us over Brexit? (ft)
  • Seven very bad omens for the Rio Olympics (pri)
  • I’m a millennial and my generation sucks (nypost)
  • As U.S. Homes Grow, Lawns Are Shrinking (citylab)
  • Martin Short’s impression of Larry David is pretty pretty great (Vulture)
  • This story has everything – Puerto Rican banking woes, an unsolved murder, Santeria, alligator sacrifice (Bloomberg)
  • Why Some Economists See Faster Wage Growth Around the Corner (blogs.wsj)

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