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Noteworthy News – June 16, 2014

Economy:

How America became uncompetitive and unequal - Washington Post

Ignore Those World Cup Productivity Studies - US News

The Lack of Major Wars May Be Hurting Economic Growth - New York Times

Congratulations, class of 2014: You’re totally screwed – Salon

Technology incubators: Has their time past? - Haaretz

Markets:

Central banks shift into shares as low rates hit revenues – Financial Times

The Fed could inadvertently jolt markets this week – CNBC

Politics:

Dangers of central banks’ public investments - USA Today

The path through the fields: Bangladesh has dysfunctional politics and a stunted private sector. Yet it has been surprisingly good at improving the lives of its poor – Economist

Gary Becker and the Economics Revolution that Wasn’t - New Yorker

Japanese central bank chief sticks his neck out, pressures PM Abe for action – Reuters

Banks:

Anat Admati Discusses the Still-Too-Big-to-Fail Banks on Bill Moyers – Naked Capitalism

Wells Fargo Nears Market-Value Milestone - Wall Street Journal

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