Monday assorted links

1. Liquidity premium > carrying costs, all of a sudden.

2. Debt to gdg ratios, and the distribution of how they change (China fact of the day).

3. The aging of the NPR audience.

4. Why doesn’t NYC know where its subway trains are?

5. “Lord’s Prayer advert banned before ‘Star Wars’…In a snub to the Church of England, an advert that was planned to coincide with the new film “The Force Awakens,” has been rejected by most UK cinemas due to fears it could be offensive.”  I call that one Ross Douthat bait…

6. The age-related savings glut is about to reverse.


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