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    Is Free Will a Myth?

    ‘Societal conditioning’ might sound like either a grim Orwellian brainwashing technique or a fancy new way to wash your hair, depending on how warped your sense of humor is. But yo...

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    DealBook: As Stocks Reach New Heights, What’s Trump Got to Do With It?

    Sizzling corporate earnings reports, not the president’s deregulatory agenda, are fueling the bull market....

    Aug 15, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Modernizing the U.S. Payments System: Faster, Cheaper, and more Secure

    Modernizing the U.S. Payments System: Faster, Cheaper, and more Secure Stephen G. Cecchetti and Kermit L. Schoenholtz Money & Banking, July 31, 2017       A few months ago, one...

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    Wells Fargo, Awash in Scandal, Faces Violations Over Car Insurance Refunds

    The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is investigating the lender for not refunding car buyers who bought special insurance and repaid their loans early....

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Opening Bell 8.8.17

    Google axes memo bro; Gundlach draws a line in the sand; Swedish banker regrets whipping it out; Driving bear poops in car; And more!...

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Justice Department Lacks Staff To Take Banks’ Phone Calls, Accept Their Checks

    Barclays, RBS and StanChart might be looking at a post-January 2021 resolution to their many, many problems in Washington....

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Morning Agenda: More Questions for Wells Fargo

    The bank, already tarnished by another scandal, stands accused of not refunding insurance money when consumers pay off their auto loans early....

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Michelin’s Stunning 3D-Printed Tire

    Click for video. Source: Engadget The post Michelin’s Stunning 3D-Printed Tire appeared first on The Big Picture....

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    10 Tuesday AM Reads

    My two for Tuesday morning train reads: • This mortgage lender ignited the financial crisis 10 years ago today (The Basis Point) • Misunderstanding Apple Services (Monday Note) see...

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Everybody Else Is Reading This

    The Problem With An Out Of Control District Attorney Above The Law Chuck Norris Endorses […]...

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    2 Senators Question Effects of a Reverse Mortgage Proposal

    They worry that a small wording change in a budget request might increase the chances of surviving spouses losing their homes....

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    Base Instinct: The Political Payoff of Making Whites Feel Like a Minority

    Survey data suggest that white Trump voters tend to feel a sense of threat about being discriminated against....

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Links for 08-08-17

    The Financial Crisis Began 10 Years Ago This Week - Cecchetti & Schoenholtz How Bad Will It Be If We Hit The Debt Ceiling? - Paul Krugman The Danger From Low-Skilled Immigrants...

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    If Jamie Dimon Isn’t Running For President, He Just Wasted 20 Minutes Of Everybody’s Time

    If he keeps teasing us like this, we might have to update the meaning of #DraftDimon....

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    How to Build a Firm Through Candor and Consistency

      “By demonstrating who you are and providing value to others on a regular basis with no expectation of something in return, you build a trust and respect which compounds over time...

    Aug 16, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Book Entry: Review: As Brothers Battled, a Giant in Cereals was Born

    “The Kelloggs” tells a compelling story of how an epically dysfunctional family produced two monumentally successful institutions....

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    The Marriage of Psychology with Multiple Equilibria in Economics

    Roger Farmer: The Marriage of Psychology with Multiple Equilibria in Economics: This is the first of a new weekly blog series, Monday’s Macro Memo with Roger Farmer, which will dis...

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    Modeling Economic Systems as Locally-Constructive Sequential Games

    Leigh Tesfatsion: Modeling Economic Systems as Locally-Constructive Sequential Games: Abstract: Real-world economies are open-ended dynamic systems consisting of heterogeneous inte...

    Aug 14, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Morning Agenda: Are Markets Due for a Reckoning?

    Nearly a decade after the beginning of the financial crisis, concerns are rising that markets may be headed for a hard fall....

    Aug 15, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Fed Watch: July Employment Recap

    Tim Duy: July Employment Recap, by Tim Duy: The July employment report came in on the high side of expectations and sufficiently strong to keep the Fed's policy plans for this...

    Aug 15, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    10 Monday AM Reads

    My back home after a weekend in the woods morning train reads: • Stock Market Charts Without Context Only Feed Hysteria (Prophets) • The Market Really Is Different This Time (Money...

    Aug 15, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    Tesla Using Debt Financing To Fund “Manufacturing Hell” And No One Really Cares

    Today's reminder that Tesla is less public company than it is new-age religion....

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    Hedge Fund Sues to Have Puerto Rico’s Bankruptcy Case Thrown Out

    The fund, Aurelius Capital, argued that the federal oversight board guiding the island’s financial affairs was unconstitutionally established....

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    The media cannot reform itself until it acknowledges its power

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    Ken Griffin Making Good Use Of Time Remaining To Us

    Citadel clients have a bunch more money to be rendered useless by the inevitable runaway inflation....

    Aug 15, 2017 https://inomics.com