Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Feb 01

Consumer Confidence Unexpectedly Declines
Why Economists are Rooting for Inflation
Are Companies More Powerful Than Countries?
Is Freddie Mac Betting Against the American Homeowner?
Why the Latest Euro Zone Debt-Crisis Agreement

20 Signs That Europe Is Plunging Into A Full-Blown Economic Depression
US Grows 2.8% In Q4, But Not Enough To Keep The Rally Going
Retirement In America Is "Endangered"
Wall Street Cuts Losses On Late Buying
Will Lifeline guarantee high-speed Internet access for all?
2011:  Worst Record For U.S. New-Home Sales
Verizon Crosses Web Lines
The Coming Tech-led Boom
What the Bible Teaches About Capitalism
Home Prices Tumble
Deficit Is Again Set to Top $1 Trillion
The U.S. Dollar Is Under Attack
Silver Opportunity Begins Anew
47 Signs That China Is Absolutely Destroying America

Baltic Dry Index Signals Renewed Market Collapse
Fed Bank Presidents├ó€™ Holdings

Foreclosures Draw Private Equity as U.S. Rents Homes
Greece Fights for Second Bailout
Case Shiller Home-Price Index Falls 3.7%
Real House Prices and House Price-to-Rent
Silver may be poised for solid gains in 2012
What the Fed is doing to boost gold?
The Debt Supercycle Part II: On Borrowed Time
Greek officials attack EU and IMF as debt talks stall
House prices continue to fall

Iranian attack on America

Iran launches Spanish TV channel
Homeowner wins back her house after fighting foreclosure
Home prices decline for a third straight month
Fed heads reflect America├ó€™s wealth gap
UPS profit falls 29% on pension accounting changes
Three female regulators' warnings

Iran now may support attacks in U.S., official says
Washington state considering changes

Freddie Mac Betting Against Struggling Homeowners
German jobs miracle as Latin unemployment soars
Homeownership rates fall to 66% as downturn nears a bottom
Iran, perceiving threat from West,

Iran Now a 'Top Threat' to U.S. Networks, Spy Chief Claims
Drug-Resistant Bugs Found in Organic Meat
Obama Stance On Economy "A Parallel Universe"
Ferguson Says China `Engine' of Global Economy

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