Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jul 31

Why a Euro-Zone Crisis Can't Be Avoided Very Much Longer
Corn prices hit record as crops shrivel
School Nowadays
Blueprint For States To Reject And Replace Obamacare
Justice Scalia on 2nd Amendment Limitations:

Still Think That Money Market Fund Is "Cash"?
Flash Mob Crimes And Organized Looting

Will Pam Bondi Be The Next Vice President

Home Prices:  Bottom Or Bubble?
Get ready to pay more for your steak
Why Smartphones Won't Be Replacing Wallets Anytime Soon
Planets Align for Stock Market Crash in 2013 ­âˆ' If Not Sooner
Underfunded Pensions Undermine the Entire Economy
Using a Virtual Power Plant

DHS wants to use spy drones domestically for 'public safety'
US army prepares for domestic riots and civil unrest
LIBOR, Lies and Derivatives
11 Signs That Time Is Quickly Running Out

17 Reasons Why Those Hoping for a Recession in 2012 Just Got Their Wish
Does Barack Obama Expect The Upcoming Election

LIBOR - Insider Trading on a Massive Scale
House Dems To Force Vote On Middle-Income Bush Tax Cuts
GAO: $460M in food stamps

LIBOR Rates.
Deflation Dismissed By Bond Measure Amid QE3 Anticipation
Bernanke's Plan: Sit, Wait and Then Do Something
Fed Weighs Cutting Interest

Geithner, Schaeuble Hail Euro Plan As Greece Gets No Word
Why Is Bank of America Keeping Merrill?
Gold looks for break above $1640 just ahead of Fed meet
Sentiment turns positive for Gold, buyers still hesitant: UBS
5 lessons Bernanke has learned on the job
Gold extends gains to fourth session
Treasurys edge up before Fed, ECB meetings
O shrugs as economy sags
Barclays dragged into new probe after Libor blow
Consumer sentiment falls to 2012 low
Fed Easing May Do Little to Lift Bank Lending
Pentagon's 30,000-pound

The world's gold is moving from West to East
The Hangover: How Las Vegas Explains

Clinton Seizing Spotlight, Again
As 'fiscal cliff' looms, debate

Trickle of Libor lawsuits from rate-fixing scandal

No doubt about no debt
The Fed On Gold Price Manipulation
Treasury Admits It Underestimated Debt Needs,

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