Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Mar 20

More Bankruptcy Concerns For Sprint (S)
The Six States Where Taxes Are Soaring
Russian Anti-Terror Troops Arrive in Syria
The U.S. Economy Is Running On Borrowed Money and On Borrowed Time
BRICS Bank Could Change the Money Game
A rally built on fairy tales
The U.S. Cruises Toward a 2013 Fiscal Cliff
FDIC suing former Silver State Bank executives for negligence
Bernanke Seen Not Knowing

Jefferson County Creditors Seek to Appeal Bankruptcy Ruling
No More Liquidity Needed for Economy: Fed's Fisher
California Cities Scramble to Avert Insolvency
$4 Gas? What a Bargain! (And, No, We're Not Kidding)
Why Most Employees Make Up to 30% Less

The Expanding Wealth Of Washington
Note to Krugman:

Federal Reserve to fine eight more banks

Gasoline price: Signs still point to a rise and to tight supplies
Treasury sells last mortgage bonds; program made $25 billion
$5 gas prices would tank consumer: Wilbur Ross
Gold ends higher as bargain hunting ensues
Metal markets are bottoming out
U.S. War Game Sees Perils of Israeli Strike Against Iran
CBO: Exploding debt under Obama policies
The Greek Tragedy, Act II
Iran sanctions seen spurring more Saudi oil sales to U.S.
Natural gas pain is oil's gain as frack crews head to North Dakota
Drug-resistant "white plague" lurks among rich and poor
Another Hidden Bailout: Helping Wall Street Collect Your Rent
The Great American Bubble Machine
Does the American Dream Exist Only in Europe?
When Does Fiat Currency Run Out?
Has the Great Recession Made Us Forever Poorer?
Is Our Economy Too Broken for the Fed to Fix It?
Why Falling Wages Are Good News for Jobs (Seriously!)
As Sweden Goes, So Goes the World:

Jobs of the Future: A Skeptic's Response
Niall Ferguson on China's Great Leap Backward
The Market Is Overvalued
After attack, MK calls on Jews to leave FranceYa’akov Katz says Jews’ fate cannot be left in hands of world leaders
At two-year mark, health law’s legacy is confusion
Retired military officers call for curbing China’s power

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