News: 2014-06-11

Since I missed links yesterday, here are 30 instead of the usual 20. Starting on Friday, I will be on holiday and won’t be able to post at the normal times. I do intend to write though. So expect posts!

Ireland’s 10-year borrowing costs fall to a record low – | Ten-year Greek bond yields drop to level unseen since Jan 2010

Spanish 10-Year Yields Drop Below Treasuries on Coeure Rate View – Bloomberg

Musings on Markets: A Disruptive Cab Ride to Riches: The Uber Payoff

The slow demise of the frequent flyer program – The Washington Post

Uber’s $18 bn valuation is just another fantasy marketed by Silicon Valley | James Ball | Comment is free |

Why Uber Might Well Be Worth $18 Billion –

Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor succumbs to tea party challenger Dave Brat – The Washington Post

Poll: Immigration didn’t doom Eric Cantor –

Former Vice President Al Gore Declines To Call Edward Snowden A Traitor | TechCrunch

OK, Maybe the Yuan Is Undervalued by a Smidgeon – Real Time Economics – WSJ

The chart that shows London driving house price rises – Telegraph

Student Loan Servicer Corruption Rewarded, Covered For in New Round of Obama Executive Actions | naked capitalism

The growth of US student loan debt: causes and consequences | FT Alphaville

Hatzius Says Economy Is Growing At Above-Trend Rate – Business Insider

BBC News – Has Tesco signalled the end of the free current account?

Cities are passing higher minimum wages – and leaving the suburbs further behind

Demand for risky mortgages reaches five-year high – Telegraph

Manufacturing rises at fastest annual pace in three years – Telegraph

Why 6pc income from ‘peer-to-peer’ can replace annuities – Telegraph

The heat is on: Honeywell is finally challenging the Nest thermostat | The Verge

U.S. Job Openings Climb to Highest Level in Seven Years – Real Time Economics – WSJ

Surprise! Cisco data says we still use a lot of broadband (mostly for video) — Tech News and Analysis

Revealed: The world’s cheapest stock markets – Telegraph

Standard & Poor’s hikes Ireland’s credit rating, maintains negative outlook for Italy | South China Morning Post

Fed’s Bullard Says Central Bank May Raise Rates Sooner Than Many Now Think – Real Time Economics – WSJ

Watch San Francisco’s Rapid Gentrification Unfold on Google Street View

Amazon To Launch Subscription-Based Billing And Recurring Payments Service | TechCrunch

Spain’s House-Price Decline Slows – WSJ

Pain of low coal prices finally too much for Australian miners: Clyde Russell | Reuters

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