What We’re Reading – Week of 06/17/2016

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

NB: ($) denotes subscription site.


Bloomberg had an excellent interview with Henry Kravis reflecting back on 40 years of private equity investing.

Article via Bloomberg


German 10 year bonds now offer a negative yield.

Article via Wall Street Journal ($)


The McKinsey Global Institute has a report out about the lack of infrastructure investment globally.

Executive Summary

Full Report via McKinsey Global Institute


As cancer treatment gets personalized, doctors are seeing better outcomes.

Article via The Economist ($)


Is the U.S. economy following in the footsteps of Japan?

Article via Wall Street Journal ($)


Greg Mankiw might be the most honest economist on earth.  He explains five potential diagnoses for the sick economy and admits he has no idea which one is right.

Article via New York Times ($)