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Mark Henderson You don't have to understand sub-prime mortgages to be gripped by The Big Short and the less you know the more remarkable you'll find it. Photograph: Getty Images Michael Lewis doesn't write about science. He made his reputation with
Story continues below But as Australia's fund managers dragged their heels back to work this week, they would have taken less delight in another of Lewis's tales about Burry. When he started his business, Burry disapproved of the typical manager's
May 6, 2010 For most of the past 70 years, the U.S. economy has grown at a steady clip, generating perpetually higher incomes and wealth for American households...No previous decade going back to the 1940s had job growth of less than 20 percent.
Given the number of books on the subprime crisis that erupted after Lehman Brothers crashed, The Big Short is comparatively late...As always, Lewis writes with forthright clarity, combining the virtues of investigative journalism with a novelist's