Some things I’m reading this morning:

  • German court arms ECB bazooka (MarketWatch); see also, Draghi alone cannot save the Euro (FT)
  • Financial regulation isn’t fixed, it’s just more complicated (Guardian)
  • A story about 9/11 (TRB)
  • High yield spreads at lows for the year (Bespoke); see also, the economy looks great, just ask the credit markets (SchaeffersResearch)
  • Is the market losing faith in AAPL’s leadership, again? (ZeroHedge)
  • The Fed’s synthetic QE program has been working great (BusinessInsider)
  • In unusual snub, Obama to avoid meeting with Netanyahu (Reuters)
  • Chucks & Bucks: an oral history of the coolest shoes on earth (Spin)
  • Two sides in Chicago teachers’ strikes can seem worlds apart (ChicagoReader)