Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Dec 21

Evidence of market manipulation in the financial crisis
Will The Newly Created "Killer Bird Flu"

Official: Israel unprepared for wartime
T-Mobile to gain licenses to AT&T wireless spectrum
Price of Oil to Remain High as OPEC Limits World Production at Oil Price
Rep. Jackson Lee:

Boehner urges Obama

Gadgets Under $300 Top Techie Gift List
Draghi Says

Doctors 27% Medicare Pay Cut

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

Fed Bolsters Tools to Avert Collapse of Big Firms
Hedge-Fund Refuge

Real Reasons Bankers Don’t Like Basel’s Rules
China beefing up military presence in Indian Ocean
Panetta: Iran will not be allowed nukes
2012 Gold price to be 28% more than current levels
If you know this Gold-Euro connection,

Now, investing in gold a better choice?
The Fed Audit: 16 Trillion in secret bail outs!

'Bargain' gold spurs buying spree in Dubai
It Ain’t Over 'Til It's Over?
How Important Is North Korea’s Leadership Change?
IMF Loan Target Not Reached
Commodities Run in Supercycles
Spanish Auction and Housing Drive Global Rally Today
John Williams: No Way Out!
Celente's Trends Prove Accurate; What Will 2012 Bring?
IMF Warns that World Risks Sliding Into a "1930's-Style Slump"
Stocks soar on Europe hopes, strong housing starts
Capitol impasse boosts chances of tax increase
North Korean successor inherits troubled land
Global Economic Crisis:  The US an Insolvent and Ungovernable Country
Ultimate money magician in the Federal Reserve

Slapped Wrists at WaMu
Fearing Terrorism,

Two Earth-Size Planets Are Discovered
American Commander in Afghanistan

Will Ron Paul kill the caucuses?
Beware the Coming Bailouts of Europe
Euroland euphoria on Mario Draghi bank rescue
Britain's credit rating could be cut, Moody's warns
Syria conducts war games to deter attack
America is retreating from the world stage
Even in a Best-Case Scenario,

The Other 9 Percent:

Data for background checks may belong to someone else
Business leader: Regulations stunt growth
House rejects Senate’s two-month payroll-tax cut

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