Morning Reads on Our Radar Screen

Takeaway: A quick look at some top stories on the Hedgeye radar screen.

Josh Steiner – Financials

Former Bank of America workers allege it lied to home owners (via Reuters)

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Keith McCullough – CEO

Natto Makers to Public Baths Suffer in Abenomics Divide (via Bloomberg KM note … burning currency doesn't work)

Singapore Exports Fall More Than Estimated on Electronics Slump (via Bloomberg)

British man survives 15th floor fall in New Zealand (via BBC)


Howard Penney – Restaurants

Borghese v. Borghese: Battle for a Royal Name (via New York Times)


Daryl Jones – Macro

New Iran Leader Seen as Moderating Force (via WSJ)

Energy Journal: Will Iran Set a New Path on Energy? (via MoneyBeat)

Brian McGough - Retail

China’s Huge Cotton Stockpile – Bullish or Bearish for Cotton Prices? (via Sourcing Journal Online) 


Kevin Kaiser – Energy

Self assessment Monday: an old letter to a client… (via Bronte Capital)        

Saipem shares plunge after new profit warning (via Reuters)

Matt Hedrick – Macro

Greek PM dismisses talk of early election over TV closure (via YahooNews)

Turkey Police Escalate Crackdown as Erdogan Rallies Support (via Bloomberg)