Weekend Reads: China, Oil, and Lyft

CME Group Announces Launch of Ultra 10-Year U.S. Treasury Note Futures and Options – (CME Group)

China crashes its stock market with circuit-breakers meant to save it – (The Economist)

China Could ‘Spook’ Markets Again in 2016, IMF’s Obstfeld Warns – (Bloomberg)

This Tiger Cub Giant Is Betting On Banks And Tech Stocks In The Recovery

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Why GM’s investment in Lyft is such a big deal – (The Washington Post)

The Best-Paid U.S. Executives Don’t Work on Wall Street: Chart – (Bloomberg)

Diane Swonk exits Mesirow Financial – (Chicago Business)

2016 Will Be (Another) Test Of The Economic Recovery – (FiveThirtyEight)

Just for Fun:

Study Finds That Smart People Live Longer Than Not-Smart People – (Fast Company)

The Obama administration is quietly trying to make it harder to study public officials – (VOX)

Pew Research Center will call 75% cellphones for surveys in 2016 – (Pew Research)

This map shows the US really has 11 separate ‘nations’ with entirely different cultures – (Business Insider)

Where American Families are Moving – (New Geography)

In Defense Of Food Stamps: Why The White House Sings SNAP’s Praises – (NPR)

4 New Elements Are Added To The Periodic Table – (NPR)