Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News May 15

'Accidental war' waiting to happen on EU periphery
Eurozone in 'very political' meeting on Greece and Spain
Brinkmanship rhetoric hides cost of Greek euro exit
JPMorgan's trading debacle: why $2 billion is just the start
Tossing blame for JP Morgan trade? Don't forget the Fed
Oil Falls as Greece, China Feed Economic Worry
Gold Drops to 4.5-month Low as Euro Sinks
S&P 500 Down for 4th Day of Five
Dancing at the Edge of a Cliff
Stocks Close Down 1% on Bank, Europe Worries
California wants to tax rich to solve budget woes
Should You Purchase Long-Term-Care Insurance?
If You Live In California Things Just Got A Whole Lot Worse
Why A Greek Exit From The Euro

Paul won't campaign in any more states
Another bank paying millions to settle excessive fees case
Ally Financial mortgage unit files for bankruptcy
Treasury Yields Fall to Seven-Month Low on Greek Concern
Greece Faces Big Debt Payment Tuesday: Now What?
Dick Bove: No Reason to Break Up Big Banks
IMF to buy Gold worth $2.3 billion as credit risk increases
Credit Default Swaps: Still Here, Still Able to Wreak Havoc
Greek bank-run threat splits analysts
Faith fades in eurozone firewall
JP Morgan fiasco prompts White House push

North Dakota oil boom:

Ron Paul suspends presidential campaign รข€"

Could a Greek Bank Run Go Global?
Debt Contagion Is Real, and It Doesn't End With Spain
JPMorgan prepares for D.C.'s worst
Brace, brace. Dark times ahead as Greece heads for the exit
Recession returns to ratchet up euro misery
Cradle of Democracy, Grave of Democrats:

JPMorgan Chase Lost $2 Billion

Will the continent act to avert an economic cataclysm?
Declining Employee Loyalty: Red Flag for Business
State of the 'Unions': Hard Times, But Hanging On
Is the Government Backing a New Housing Bubble?
The 'Fiscal Cliff' Looms Over Taxes and Spending
Warren Fires Back at Dimon: Oust Him from the NY Fed
Europe chain reaction feared in Greek standoff
Euro finance minsters plead with Greece to stay the course
Poll shows little taste for third-party candidates
Apple Patent Describes a More Secure Face-Recognition System
WikiLeaks Set To Reveal US-UFO War In Southern Ocean
Michio Kaku warning for 2012-2013
TrimTabs: A Conversation with Jim Bianco - Part 2
What's Up for May 2012?
Eric Sprott on CNBC - May 10th, 2012
Property Tax Revolution - North Dakota
Europe prepares for chaos

TrimTabs: A Conversation with Jim Bianco - Part 1
Banana Republic of California
Biderman And Bianco

Moody's downgrades Italian banks; outlooks remain negative
Jim Rogers: "Volume Is Not Going To Come Back.

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