South China Morning Post
World Economic Forum
NYT. Sounds just like mortage servicers in the foreclosure crisis.
New Zealand Herald (RS). This is about 1MDB and “controversial Malaysian financier Jho Low,” and the mansion is in Los Angeles. (The penthouses, however, are in Manhattan.)
Olivier Blanchard, Petersen Institute for International Relations. Shorter: Theoretical DSGE models = string theory. Unfair?
The Conversation (J-LS).
India Demonetization Trainwreck
New Cold War
Walter Kirn, Harpers (DG).
Reuters (Furzy Mouse).
McClatchy. An “informal, inter-agency working group.” Alrighty, then.
Moon of Alabama
Irish Times (DJRichard).
WSJ. More cost-of-doing-business fines. That’s their story, and they’re sticking to it.
WaPo. But since Obama did nothing at the time but slap a few wrists, this is a nothingburger. What goes around….
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2016 Post Mortem
Politico. “Third Way is in conversations with the polling firm Global Strategy Group to conduct its first round of research, which will focus on the troubled state of the Democratic brand in large parts of the country.” More on . And Politico.
Bloomberg. Looks like Dem grifters have found a mark. “No limit.” That’s good to know, since the Democrat establishment took a billion dollars and somehow managed to jam it down the toilet of the Clinton campaign…
Hollywood Reporter (J-LS).
Gary Younge, Guardian
Jacobin. Assumes facts not in evidence.
Advisory Board (GP). GP: “New ways for your medical history to be used against you.”
In These Times (DK).
The Archdruid Report
Kansas City Star
Le Blog de Thomas Piketty, Le Monde (in English).
NYT. They do exist!
FT. “Listen to older people who have experienced catastrophes.” Readers, Cfdtrade is here for you….
Antidote du jour ():
Daily Mail: “Huge jumpers knitted by villagers in India to keep elephants warm.”