Some things I’m reading this morning:

  • Citi profit falls, but tops estimates; shares are higher (CNBC)
  • Bernanke defends Fed from claims it is being selfish (NYT)
  • Fischer backs QE3 as world ‘awfully close’ to recession (Bloomberg)
  • US Online Ad Revenues Set Another Peak in H1, Up 14% Y-O-Y (MarketingCharts)
  • Meet R. Glenn Hubbard: if Romney wins, he’ll be our next Fed president or Treasury secretary (NYT)
  • U.S. oil production reaches 17-year high (CarpeDiem)
  • Greece will probably leaver the Euro within 6 months (Bloomberg)
  • Nasdaq 100 technical update (SeeItMarket)
  • Al Gore is worth 50x more than when he was VP, it sure helps when 9 of 11 companies that he endorsed during a 2008 presentation on fighting climate change received government investment (HuffPost)
  • Going to a movie is rare treat for me nowadays, made even more rare when I get lost in the film. This weekend was an exception as the wife & I got out to see Argo, which I highly recommend (LAtimes)