Some things I’m reading this morning:

  • Abe’s economic revival smacks into Japan’s reality (Bloomberg)
  • Mutual funds are biting the dust at an alarming rate (Forbes)
  • CNBC viewership hit lowest point since April 2005 (TalkingBiz); see also, CNBC ratings prove that investors still just don’t care (theSlant)
  • This time, a growing economy stirs unease (NYT)
  • Reinhart & Rogoff accuse Krugman of ‘uncivil behavior’ (Marketwatch)
  • Why you never learn from your investing mistakes (MotleyFool)
  • Getting an internship at Goldman means you start out among the 2% (WSJ)
  • The best new summer jam about ice cream (ChicagoReader)
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