June 22, 2018

Perspective

WSJ – Growth in Retiring Baby Boomers Strains U.S. Entitlement Programs – Janet Adamy and Paul Overberg 6/21

Worthy Insights / Opinion Pieces / Advice

FT – The world’s progress brings new challenges – Martin Wolf 5/29

  • “Preserving peaceful relations in an era of rapid shifts in relative power is tough.”

Project Syndicate – Are We in a Corporate Debt Bubble? – Susan Lund 6/19

WSJ – Japan’s Yen: A Currency for All Seasons? – Richard Barley 6/21

WSJ – Why Home Prices Have Nowhere to Go But Up – Justin Lahart 6/20

  • “Low supply is keeping sales down despite higher rates and builders are in no rush to boost production.”

Markets / Economy

WSJ – Behemoths Have Dominated the Market Before, but Tech Is Different – James Mackintosh 6/14

Real Estate

FT – Blackstone remains global king of property funds – Chris Flood 6/2

WSJ – Daily Shot: Black Knight – US Foreclosure Starts 6/21

Finance

FT – The mystery trader who roiled Wall Street – Miles Johnson and Robert Smith 6/3

  • “Former Blackstone executive used complex credit derivatives to become a feared hedge fund manager but left behind a trail of recriminations.”

Education

NYT – The Numbers That Explain Why Teachers Are in Revolt – Robert Gebeloff 6/4

NYT – Top Colleges Are Cheaper Than You Think (Unless You’re Rich) – David Leonhardt 6/5

India

FT – Payments crunch pushes Indian power producers to brink of default – Simon Mundy and Kiran Stacey 6/20

  • “Possibility of writedowns hangs over banks still struggling from bad-loan crisis.”
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