Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jan 31

MF Global: Money on Foreign Exchanges Remains Frozen
20 Signs That Europe Is Plunging

$140 Silver, Figures Don’t Lie
Fed Is Running Out Of Tools To Boost Economic Growth

Ill. nuclear reactor loses power, venting steam
MF Global: A Despicable State of Affairs
Freddie Mac’s Crimes Against Homeowners

What Made Gold Break Out?
Regarding Social Programs and Government Outlays:

Failed Fed Policies Prolong the Agony
The Upcoming Hyper-inflationary Great Depression
If The Economy Is Improving….
Making Money On Poverty: JP Morgan Makes Bigger Profits When The Number Of Americans On Food Stamps Goes Up
Outrageous! The Government Is Giving Out Free Cell Phones And Free Cell Phone Minutes To Welfare Recipients
State of Denial in Coming War Catastrophe
Waist Deep in the Big Muddy
Behold the central banks gold holding
Silver and Gold will win the currency wars
Silver looks more bullish than gold in near term: Deutsche Bank
The Onus is on Washington, as Usual
Imagining a "Clean Break" with Israel…Over Iran
Don't Get Audited! The IRS's Dirty Dozen Red Flags
BBC Source - Merkel: "Greece Will Default"
Gold Is The Hottest Currency In The World
Banks Tightening Credit to Europe: Fed
What You Need to Know Before Investing in Facebook
Support grows for Syrian peace plan
Florida's housing crisis:

Americans barred from leaving Egypt

Congress to subject itself to harsher penalties on insider trading
U.S. Drones Patrolling Its Skies Provoke Outrage in Iraq
In Victory for the West,

European Leaders Agree to New Budget Discipline Measures
Angry Over Austerity Measures, Belgian Workers Go On Strike
Fighting Escalates in Syria as Opposition Rejects Russian Plan
EU leaders agree on permanent bailout fund
U.S. consumers fizzle out even as incomes rise
Fed's Plosser wanted more optimistic outlook
The Coming Paradigm Shift in Silver
Davos 2012: Now it's the West's turn

Is the West finished? Perhaps not quite
Portuguese storm gathers as EU leaders fight over Greece
Are Most Federal Workers Overpaid? CBO Says Yes
Quietly, U.S. Moves to Block Lawsuits by Military Families
Clinton to attend U.N. meeting on Syria
Navy wants commando ‘mothership’ in Middle East
CBO says federal employees rake in much more pay
FCC to reform telephone subsidies,

Most EU nations to sign treaty to stop overspending
You Won't Believe Who Owes U.S. Billions
The Art Of Extortion Now At The IMF
European Bailout Infographic: Presenting The Truckloads Of Cash Needed To Rescue The Insolvent PIIGS
This Is Europe's Scariest Chart

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