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- Emerging markets, that sold off as recently as this winter, are coming back (WSJ)
- A rally in U.S. and European government bonds sent yields to fresh 2014 lows (WSJ) see also Bond Yields Plunge to 2014 Lows (USA Today)
- It’s Quiet Out There: “600 Days Without a 3 Percent Daily Change” (Climateer Investing)
- Brokers, Liquid Alts and the Fund That Never Goes Up (Reformed Broker)
- Niall Ferguson’s (Mostly) Comforting History of Central Bank Balance Sheet Expansions (Real Time Economics)
- The Buck Stops With Obama on Tepid Financial Reform (ProPublica)
- Why Have Americans Stopped Moving? (Bloomberg View)
- To Make a Killing on Wall Street, Start Meditating (Bloomberg)
- Steve Jobs Never Would Have Bought Beats. Here’s Why Tim Cook Did It. (Vox) see also Cook to Employees on Beats Buy: ‘I Hope You Are as Excited as I am About This New Chapter in Our History’ (9 to 5 Mac)
- The Marx Brothers: The “Comic Combustion” Celebrates 100 Years (National Museum of American History)
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