What We’re Reading – Week of 08/29/2014

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

NB: ($) denotes subscription site.


The rising tide has lifted all boats– most asset classes are pricey.

Article via Wall Street Journal ($)


Industrial users hand the baton to consumers in terms of Chinese oil demand.

Article via Wall Street Journal ($)


China the patent-law abiding drug innovator?  It’s not so far-fetched.

Article via Financial Times ($) 


Irving Kahn on the wisdom gained from an 85 year career on Wall Street.

Article via Telegraph


Jay Y. Lee has big shoes to fill at Samsung when he replaces his father as chairman.

Article via Bloomberg


Is secular stagnation real?  So far, it is looking like it is.

Article via Wall Street Journal ($)


Burton Malkiel says stock prices may be justified, but future returns may also be lower than normal.

Article via Wall Street Journal ($)