What We’re Reading – Week of 02/27/2015

Below you will find the articles on economics, investing, and finance that we found most interesting for the week.

NB: ($) denotes subscription site.


The Greeks were forced to roll over, but will they be able to sell the “agreement” to the populace?

Article via Bloomberg


Young adults’ living standards have fallen as retirees live well in the U.K.  The U.S. will grapple with this same challenge in coming years.

Article via Financial Times ($)


Here it comes: J.P. Morgan gets ready to charge institutional clients to hold their cash. Negative interest rates, indeed!

Article via MarketWatch


Who killed Tony the Tiger?  The breakfast cereal business is in decline and Kellogg is paying the price.

Article via Bloomberg


The ECB may have problems sourcing enough sovereign bonds to meet its QE targets.

Article via Wall Street Journal ($)