Links: 2014-07-14

Thirty links today instead of twenty

The Password Is Finally Dying. Here’s Mine – WSJ

Bank for International Settlements fears fresh Lehman crisis from worldwide debt surge – Telegraph

Euro-Zone Industrial Production Slumped in May – WSJ

A farewell to trust: Obama’s Germany syndrome –

Bruised and grumbling, foreign banks bend to US rules | Capital City | IFRe

Some Thoughts on the Incoherence of Mainstream Economics

China fund industry hits record assets –

‘Artificially’ high asset prices | Gavyn Davies

Hedge funds miss out on equity surge –

Fed’s Fischer sees little benefit in breaking up too-big banks | Reuters | House price decline is biggest in the eurozone

Credit crisis far from over for Europe’s small businesses –

Corporate bond sales hit five-year highs –

Drop in U.S. jobless claims points to healing in labor market | Reuters

India vows to revive growth to 8% within three years –

German private sector expands at slowest pace in eight months in June: PMI | Reuters

Global food prices fall as cereal supply outlook improves: U.N. | Reuters

Rich Asians buy into upwardly mobile Manila’s luxury condominiums | Reuters

Lending to first-time buyers highest in nearly six years – Telegraph | Greece’s population drops on low birth rate, reduced migration

Dish Urges FCC to Reject Comcast Acquisition of Time Warner Cable – WSJ

In Germany, Uber Battles to Expand – Digits – WSJ

Security company says your data can easily be recovered from ‘wiped’ Android phones | The Verge

Airbnb fined $41K over renting of unregistered Barcelona apartments — Tech News and Analysis

Hillary Clinton Begins to Move Away From Obama Ahead of 2016 – WSJ

Calculated Risk: Phoenix Real Estate in June: Sales down 11%, Cash Sales down Sharply, Inventory up 43%

The Fed as universal banker | FT Alphaville

Italian SMEs set to bypass banks in pilot securitisation product | Capital City | IFRe

Jeremy Stein: The exclusive exit interview – The Washington Post

With NYC Launch, Lyft Looks To Take On Uber And Local Regulators | TechCrunch

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