Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 8.23.16

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Breakingviews says that Pfizer’s big plans to acquire Medivation are not all full of up sides – NYTimes

Streetwise takes a gander at the markets these days and finds them quiet.  Too quiet – WSJ

Japan’s hoping to regain some of its manufacturing glory, and it’s looking to the heavens in its effort to do so – NYTimes

Good thing the US economy appears to finally be firing on [nearly] all cylinders.  Because, according to Citi, if trouble strikes . . .  well, let’s not hold our breath about the Fed – Bloomberg

The 2d Circuit has refused the DOJ’s motion for reconsideration of the panel’s May decision overturning a jury verdict and accompanying $1.27 billion fine against Bank of America over its “Hustle” mortgage generation program – WSJ and Law360

The “mirage” of shadow banking in China, and what the underlying risks mean for banks’ “true asset quality” – Bloomberg

Kobe’s got some time on his hands now.  So why not a $100 million venture capital fund to keep post-NBA life interesting – WSJ

Finally, an answer to all of the plastic in single-serve pouches in grocery stores these days: milk.  Seriously – Bloomberg

I’m a little late to this party, but take it from this child of the 80s—you gotta get on the Stranger Things bandwagon – Forbes

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