Thursday, July 21, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Jul 21

The Two Sides of Precious Metals Propaganda
Three questions the Greek debt summit must answer
The impact of U.S. credit rating downgrade
Britain's deleveraging nightmare threatens its triple A rating
Study: China Getting Fatter, But Not Like U.S.
The Ultimate Knock-Off: A Fake Apple Store
Fed hits Wells Fargo with $85 million fine
German-French Harmony on Greece
Layoffs Deepen Gloom
IMF Urges Boosting of Yuan
2012: The End of the World As We Know It
Computers Are Weapons of War
Wasatch Logo
Banks in Arizona need cash
Obama Open to Short-Term Debt Increase
Existing-Home Sales in U.S. Unexpectedly Fall 0.8%
U.S. Moves Toward Home 'Rentership Society,'
Treasuries Fall for Second Day After Merkel,
Gartman reduces gold exposure as too many join the rally
Gold above $1600;
Gold and silver due for a short term pullback
'Gold set to go $2000, silver may breach $50'
Who Would You Stop Paying First If Debt Ceiling Isn't Raised?
Germany and France reach Greek accord
FTC mails $108 million in refund checks to Countrywide borrowers
Debt fight may already be hurting U.S. economy
More Thought Turning to Short-term Solution Until Bigger Debt Plan
Central Falls retirees asked to accept pension cuts
R.I. releases Central Falls pension information
Arizona starts raising funds for Mexico border fence
Police to begin iPhone iris scans amid privacy concerns
Fed planning for potential default
Gold in a Deflationary Period
Franco-German axis loses its wheels
Euro reaches eleventh hour as Angela Merkel
Books, Borders and Beyond: How Digital Tech Is Changing Retail
New Effort to Prevent a Million Foreclosures Takes Shape
So Many Ideas, So Few Jobs:
Teach Job Creation at Our Business Schools
Sorry Elizabeth, Wall Street Said No
Columbus [Georgia] Forms Copper Theft Task Force

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