Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Sep 13

A Raging Case of Bailout Fatigue
Losing Faith in the "Power" of Central Bankers
They Want A "United States Of Europe"
Regulators Close Small Florida Bank; 2011 Total is 71
John Galt:  The September Calendar of Potential Doom and Disaster by Date and Event
SYRIA: Some Syrians decry Arab League chief's visit with Assad
Gasoline prices on track for a record year of pain at the pump
Countrywide bankruptcy?
By Duke Helfand - LATimes.com
Government Takes Away Gold and Our Rights
More of the Same
The Most Overbought Currency in the World
20 Signs Of Imminent Financial Collapse In Europe
Traditional Jobs Becoming Extinct, New Paradigm Needed
Suing Banks Is Next Best to Letting Them Fail:
Housing regulator says it is considering wider mortgage support
Commodities Look Set to Rocket Higher
Greek tax, customs workers and taxis on strike
S&P Could Fall 20%, 2-Year Treasury Hit 0%
Gold shows high resilience even as US Dollar surges
Money managers and central banks buying gold. Are you?
Big Brothers Buy in at Big Media
Is the American Dream Slipping Away for the Middle Class?
Credit Card Debt Soars as Americans Borrow Like It's 2006
Fear of Greek default hurts markets in US, Europe
World Biggest Economies Grinding to a Halt
Job-creation plan largely ignores housing woes
Obama suggests changing unemployment system
Analysis:  Pension Funds in New Crisis as Deficit Hole Grows
Gold eases as investors sell to plug other losses
Greek default jitters hammer French banks, euro
Both bulls and bears drive gold options volatility
Gold drops 2.5 percent as investors cover equity losses
Obama seeks $467 billion in tax changes to fund jobs plan
German minister raises ‘orderly default’ for Greece
Libya could fall into hands of extremists, Nato warns
Israel watches its old alliances crumble
Why Aren't More Mid-Market Companies Hiring?
Obama's Job Plan: A Never-Never Bill
Profiles of the Jobless:
Rand Paul Seeks Vote Of No Confidence On Timothy Geithner

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