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Dodd-Frank is finally paying off
Trading around Volcker: banks are reducing hedges and holding more Treasuries
RT @eisingerj: More, please RT @carney: How Banks are Trading around The Volcker Rule http://t.co/Ho39ejM1VY
Counting (and double counting) cleared OTC derivatives
ISDA is blogging, probably exclusively for the pleasure of @matt_levine http://t.co/Qj8xwLmlCa (via @BenDWalsh)
Social impact bonds are an admission that government has failed
"Social impact bonds are, in essence, ‘a gigantic admission that the government can’t do stuff'" http://t.co/s0hPjPF27D
"'The rules are hard' is not a good excuse for a $2 trillion bank"
The source of BofA's accounting problems are structured notes
Citi was counting on a share buyback to boost return-on-tangible-equity
HFT is a very "complicated mechanism for divvying up intermediation revenues"
RT @felixsalmon: My full review of Flash Boys, up at @slate: http://t.co/WsHzHDTR8e
HFT order stuffing, Habermas, and sincerity
'The Legitimacy of High Frequency Trading'
How banks are averting bond losses with creative accounting
Banks Averting Bond Losses With Accounting Twist http://t.co/XdJ1uDXHri @JodyShenn on the rise of the held-to-maturity portfolio
Loan rates tied to CDS spreads
Here's your Fed statement tracker
The Fed keeps "considerable time" in the FOMC statement
The gender pay gap is the narrowest since the Great Recession began
Don't insider trade like this guy
He gets by "through various freelance gigs and his wife’s income as a barista. This is typical of many Portlanders"
If you are going to be an academic, be an economist
One way to get incomes growing again is to pay women more
What's the world's next poor, cool city?
Stanford to offer a class on this weird thing called "startups"
"It's actually people with the least money who get the least sleep"
2013 data: Yep, we've still got a gender wage gap
California's public-employee pension fund is divesting from hedge funds
How the rich and the poor spend money
"Why frustrated second sons and medieval Anglo-Scottish border violence (partly) explain US healthcare costs"
McKinsey’s airy platitudes bode ill for its next half-century
Why the gender gap will eventually close
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