Morning six-pack: What we're reading Tuesday
Happy Tuesday. Rest easy, the banks are still making money, just not as much.
JPMorgan Chase's still looked kind of OK Tuesday despite all the dark headlines haunting the bank, but my oh my how things have changed. (Seeking Alpha) (Here, by the way, is the full skinny on JPM's quarterly earnings report, as a bonus for your morning six-pack.)
King Coal is dead ... long live King Coal, which had an amazing year in 2013. (Yahoo! Finance)
In the U.S., low inflation is a problem. In the U.K., it's a blessing. Funny how that works. (BBC)
Here's something you never want to be on: Hillary Clinton allegedly kept an enemies list of those who crossed the iron lady of Arkansas during her 2008 presidential bid. (New York Post)
And, finally ... we'll avoid the temptation for word plays on a post from CNBC.com contributor Chris Morris about how the porn industry is hoping to get back on track after a 2013 that wasn't very fun at all.
—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.