At Fortune, Cisco’s John Chambers believes the big topic missing from the presidential debate is how to grow the digital economy.
From Real Clear Markets, John Tamny says we are looking for stock market correction culprits in all the wrong places.
In the WSJ, Lingling Wei and Jon Hilsenrath warn that global growth is at risk of going off track.
At FT, Robert Zoellick says “Political leaders can either try to shape their countries’ destinies now or risk a future reckoning from the decade’s economic experiments.”
At Econlog, Scott Sumner decries excessive Fed tightness.
The WSJ reports as the dollar keeps rising, commodity prices keep falling.
At ATR, Sarah Feldpausch reports Obamacare premiums will rise by up to 50% in 2016.
At Forbes.com, Chris Conniver decries the high price of not-even-close-to-universal healthcare.
The Foundation for Economic Freedom writes ‘The Big Short’ misleads on ratings agencies.
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