- The price of gold fell below its 200-day moving average for the first time since February, and that has the technical analysts calculating some bad scenarios. The precedent for a protracted bear market for the precious metal.
- The Wells Fargo fallout takes a $41 million bite out of the New York City pension fund. A terse letter from Mayor de Blasio.
- When you're being charged $39.35 to hold your own newborn baby, it might be time to take another look at reforming that thing called healthcare reform. “Skin to skin after C-sec.” Maybe Bill Clinton was right to call Obamacare “the craziest thing in the world.”
- Reports of the massive breach of Yahoo email accounts should be a good reminder that online security can never be taken for granted. Hundreds of millions of Yahoo email accounts were hacked.
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