Ten Excellent Weekend Reads

Rams by 10

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Deutsche Bank, Again

DB

Source:  Holger  @Schuldensuehner

  • Deutsche Bank is a work of satirical genius – FT Alphaville
  • U.S. Stocks Post Best January in 30 Years  – WSJ
  • Capital flows are turning against the dollar, says Oxford Economics – MarketWatch
  • US economy tops jobs estimates in January despite shutdown  – FT

NFPR

  • Former pizza chain chief Herman Cain in running for Fed board  – FT
  • Democrats are zeroing in on Treasury’s Mnuchin – The Hill
  • Bill Miller in the Wilderness — and Loving It  –  Institutional Investor
  • The Research Hedge Funds Actually Want  – Institutional Investor

Bonus

  • Why Are The Wealthy Starting The Year Feeling Guilty?  – Forbes
  • Why Taxing The Rich May Not Save Democracy – Wired

This year’s host network, CBS, is charging a record $5.25 million for just a 30-second spot during the championship match-up between the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots, reports CNBC’s Julia Boorstin.

That’s roughly $175,000 per second.   – CNBC

  • The White Flight From Football – The Atlantic
  • WATCH ALL THE 2019 SUPER BOWL COMMERCIALS RELEASED SO FAR – AdAge
  • This is how much it costs to air a commercial during the 2019 Super Bowl – CNBC
  • Why Maroon 5 And Travis Scott Won’t Be Paid For The Super Bowl Halftime Show – Forbes

Super Bowl Ads: Preview The Weekend’s Top Commercials | TODAY

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