Friday, December 16, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Dec 16

Gold and Money in Extremis… One Man’s Story
Looking Past Gold’s Poor Performance
China Keeps Slapping America In The Face

UK Public 'the Worst Off'

Sheriff Joe Arpaio:

Morgan Stanley slashing 1,600 jobs
Iran, Besieged by Gasoline Sanctions,

Like Lazarus,

Tech moguls to Congress:

50 Economic Numbers From 2011

Hope Indefinite Detention Bill

The Last Bill of Rights Day
Minyanville Interview With Lee Adler:

China Halts Project

Coffee Market Braces for Espresso-Bean Jolt
BofA, Goldman, Barclays Have Fitch Credit Ratings Cut
BlackRock Says Euro Area

China’s Manufacturing

Chinese Cut Back on London Luxury Home Buying

Corzine: MF Staff Said Fund Transfer Legal
Euro Set for Biggest Weekly Drop in 3 Months
Global Demand for U.S. Assets

IMF’s Lagarde: Europe Crisis 'Escalating'
BlueCrest’s Platt Says

Obama Concerned That Iran is on Verge

Wholesale Prices in U.S. Rose in November
Yuan Strengthens Most

Fitch downgrades world's top banks
U.S. to fund 46 transportation projects

Dissolve the EU and let free market decide: Marc Faber
'Gold’s price fall reflect dollar, global economic outlook'
'Silver still to hit $75/oz by 2012 year end'
Making Sense of the European Chaos
IMF chief warns over 1930s-style threats
Coca-Cola moves top-secret formula

Lawmakers Agree on Spending Bill, Avoiding Shutdown
The ABCs of Re-hypothecation

Bank of America

Talk of 'nuclear default' sums up Left's anger at EU dictates
So When Should You Default on Your Mortgage?
The Dark Side of America's Growing Social Safety Net
What's Up in China:

What Occupiers and Tea Partiers Should Fear Most
Tech Has Saved the Postal Service for 200 Yearsâ€"

Making Repression Our Business
There Goes the Republic
Electromagnetic pulse a real threat

Obama’s Watergate
U.S. no longer a leader of fiscal rescue
When unemployment checks check employment

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