Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jun 26

Hedge funds short stocks, bid up gold
"Fiscal Dip" May Make Europe Look Like a Dip
Jim Rogers: Don’t Be Fooled by the Dollar Rally
Turkey calls emergency Nato talks on Syria
The Fed is Out of Ammo
Housing Continues its Steady Rise
Facebook Confirms Changing

Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts -

Muslim Brotherhood Takes Egypt, Cleric Declares:

Mystery of Explosives at Swedish Nuclear Power Plant Deepens
Saudi Aramco's New Venture Capital Firm

The Tax Rules for Renting Out Your Vacation Home
Birmingham: That's Not Our Problem
Chinese in Talks to Fund U.S. Homes
Court Splits on Arizona Law
SCOTUSblog Is The Talk Of The Twitterverse

Shiller Goes Off The Deep End- Wants to condemn millions
Pimco's Gross Warns Of Risk Assets

BRICs Biggest Currency Depreciation Since 1998 To Worsen
U.S. Banks Aren't Nearly Ready for Coming European Crisis
Greece Seen Blocked

Greek Finance Minister Quits Days Into The Job On Illness
Merkel Hardens Resistance To Euro-Area Debt Sharing
Moody's Downgrades 28 Spanish Banks On Sovereign Risk
Corporate Profits Just Hit An All-Time High,

Facebook Wants To Hire This 17-Year-Old

Germany's Resistance

Beyond iPhone and Android:

HP to trim 9,000 jobs in U.S. as part of cost-cutting plan
Egypt has a new president: Let the fear mongering begin!
Bernanke Ponders The Plunge
Regulators to Classify Gold as Zero-Risk Asset
Government Debt: The Price We Pay
Enter, the Blindside Recession
DHS Cellphone Alert System 'Follows You Around'
Commodities trading thrives as equities dive
The end of the road for Europe
Consumer confidence falls in second quarter: Nielsen
High court splits its verdict on Arizona immigration law
Cato at Peace
The euro should now be put to the sword
Angela Merkel defies Latin Europe and the IMF on bond rescue
Peter Sands documents show warning

The Dollar Union: Could We Boot Alabama?

When Your Data Becomes More Useful Than You Want It to Be
Who's Propping Up the U.S. Treasury Market?
Court Rejects Montana Challenge to Citizens United
Hedges Is L.A. Press Club's Journalist of the Year
Why We Fight
Top secret: $80B a year for food stamps,

T-Mobile USA to buy, swap spectrum with Verizon
Companies cry foul over new guidance on social media policies

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