Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jan 03

Investors Got A Mixed Bag In 2011
Formerly Great Cities All Over America

Verizon reverses on $2 fee for one-time payments
Wall Street Back At Square One, With S&P Flat For 2011
You Thought 2011 Was Tough?
Promises Go Out the Window

Foreclosure free ride: 3 years, no payments
Grim 2012 Economic Outlook
I Now Have 2 Million Reasons to Be Bullish on Gold
Catherine Austin Fitts on Wall Street's Corruption,

Helicopter Ben's Last Roll
Did Bankers Deliberately Crash MF Global

Precious Metals In Your IRA
Powerful Rebound In Gold and Silver Prices About To Begin?
Financial Troubles For Many Nations In The New Year
2012 Will Be More Difficult Than 2011
Four Risky Places To Swipe Your Debit Card
Comments on the Housing Vacancies

Gold: Bulls and bears; where next in 2012?
Silver 2012 predictions:

Iran currency plunges 10% as US strengthens sanctions
Obama Signs Draconian NDAA Citizen Detention Bill
Low mortgage rates likely to continue through 2012
American Airlines warns of scam emails
The Year of Governments Living Dangerously
Euro begins 2012 on weak note
NASDAQ Wraps Up 2011 In The Red
Apocalypse not now:

Iran tests missile that could hit US bases, Israel
As Crop Prices Soar, Iowa Farms Add Acreage
For 2012, Signs Point to Tepid Consumer Spending
Euro Crisis Spoof Becomes YouTube Hit
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

China's domestic over-capacity

Eurozone collapse 'starts this year' says CEBR
Al-Qaeda and Taliban commanders

Israeli and Palestinian delegates

The Muslim Brotherhood Will Not Recognize Israel,

S. Korean president sees 'window' to deal with North
Gun makers baffled by ATF criteria
Latin oil supplies for U.S. start to dry up
Spain: 2011 deficit could be higher than 8 percent
Dream of Universal Currency Just Won̢۪t Die

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