Morning six-pack: Here's what we're reading

Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve.
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Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Wednesday we will learn that the U.S. economy is even bigger than we thought. The Morning six-pack, though, is still the same size:

Did somebody say there's a Fed meeting Wednesday? Yes, we thought we heard that. No one is expecting anything cataclysmic to come of it, but analyst Brian Sozzi at Belus Capital says be afraid, be very afraid. 4 Charts That Show Mr. Market is Scared of the Fed

Someone is messing with the accounting numbers for China's banks, and we don't like it one bit. After all, we've so come to rely on the accuracy of Chinese data. Gordon Chang at Forbes reports Trillion Yuan Fled China Banks. You Won't Believe Where It Went

Independent booksellers are a pretty sedate bunch. But don't ever get them started on Amazon. Bad move, Mr. President. Says NPR: Booksellers Irate Over Obama's Amazon Visit

Stocks are on the cusp of 20 percent returns this year; cash yields, like, nothing. Guess which asset investors say is the long-term best bet? Yep. From USA Today: Investors say cash is king for long-term goals

The corollary to all those wide-eyed bullish prognostications for stocks is all those wide-eyed bearish picks for bonds. Call it the race to the yield top. Now they're saying 6 percent for the 10-year note.'s Ansuya Harjani breaks it down. 6% Treasury yields? May come sooner than you think

And, finally ... California is destroying Richmond to save it ... or something like that. California city seizes homes to save them

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him @JeffCoxCNBCcom on Twitter.