Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Jul 12

Are French Banks Next On The Block After Italy?
30 Reasons To Get Out Of Real Estate and Into REAL Assets
Defaulting on the Fed's Bonds
The Italian effect: Gold and U.S. dollar rise
China on its Way to the Leading Global Currency?
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Fed chief to face grilling after weak jobs report
Southwest: Layoffs not part of merger
35% of Americans own a smartphone
Amazon to put fourth facility in Phoenix
Promenade in Scottsdale sells for $110 million
Why China's Heading for a Hard Landing, Part 5:
Best Currency Forecasters Say
Cisco Said to Be Cutting as Many as 10,000 Jobs
Euro Falls to 4-Month Low
Treasuries Snap Two-Day Gain
Comex Gold ends higher on fresh safe-haven demand
Gold backing monetary system in the making?
Gold to climb as fresh debt concerns hit Europe
Newest Line of Business for Big Banks: Slumlording
The Financial Landscape:
Here's Why Small Business Isn't Hiring, and Won't be Hiring
Commercial Traders Covering Short Positions on Silver
A Wile E. Coyote Market
What Happened to the Jobs?
Fidelity settles with HUD over mortgage kickback claims
PMI to pay underwater borrowers to stay put
Recession proves asset price bubbles should be popped:
No, We Can't? Or Won't?
Debt Contagion Threatens Italy
U.S. Mired in Quicksand?
German 'Nein' leaves Italy and Spain in turmoil
The economic pain grows in Italy
Just 58.2% of American Adults Are Employed
Carlos Montes and the Security State: A Cautionary Tale
Minnesota shuts down â€" to Pawlenty's benefit?
Partisan divide on debt talks growing deeper;
Geithner: "[For A Lot of People] It's Going to Feel Very Hard,
Jobs numbers underscore dilemma over agreement
U.S. debt default could be 'real nasty'
China's top general calls U.S. naval exercises inappropriate
Survey finds small businesses not ready to hire
How the Bailout Killed Local Lendingâ€"
The Biggest Fed Money Pump Since Lehman Went Under...
Oxford Economics Looks At The Role Of Gold
Understanding Unintended Consequences

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