Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Sep 12

Most Labor Force Dropouts in August Had Jobs
Shadow economy in eastern Europe

Kosovo to Serbia: Time to face reality
EU components used in Belarus spy drones, NGO says
Non-euro countries raise concerns on banking union
Banking union: No supervision without representation
What the Fed should do (but probably won't)
Why a Drop in the Unemployment Rate is Tragic
Homebuilders' New Problem:  Too Few Workers
Job Growth Cools, Posing Challenge for Obama, Fed
Bill Moyers and Bernie Sanders

The Secret Panic of European Banks
The wealthy are 288 times richer than you
The Politics of Gold
Food-Grade Fracking Fluid? (The Future of Fracking)
Buy the Big Dip in Gold
China And Russia Are Ruthlessly

LIBOR Rates.
Did We Just Find Someone to Take On the Banks?
Bernanke Has Already Told Us: More Stimulus Is Coming
Dollar Is Near 4-Month Low Versus Euro Before Fed Meets
Emanuel No Boss Daley as Teachers School Him With Strike
Moody's Says U.S. Faces Aaa Cut Without Budget Deal in 2013
Gorman Call to Pandit Said to Spark Smith Barney Deal
Top Mining CEO Sees $2,000 Gold Next Year
U.S. has no right to block Israel on Iran: Netanyahu
Protesters attack U.S. diplomatic compounds in Egypt, Libya
Gold underpinned by buying from two of three main camps
Silver to hit $37/oz in a month; Gold to $1,850
Banks Running Out of Runway
EU Bites the Hand that Feeds It: Gazprom Will Bite Back
Goldbug inflation warnings might just bite
Ben Bernanke expected to take further action

US warned of credit rating downgrade

White House denies

Controversial plan to split up Afghanistan
Spain digs in its heels over ECB's bailout conditions
Health insurance premiums rise a moderate 4%
Rotten smell reeks havoc across Southern California
Fiscal cliff. Market crash. Depression: A way out
Gold gets some powerful friends
Labor pains: Jobs figures could get worse
The 11th Anniversary of 9/11
Audit the Fed?
China's Evolving Web
NAM in Tehran
The euro crisis is not over and is about to get interesting
Debt crisis:

The End of the Middle Class Century:

The $289 Billion Cost of Medication Noncompliance,

Out-of-Pocket Medical Costs Threaten Seniors
Seniors Turn to Risky 'Reverse' Mortgages for Cash
Obama's Jobs Actâ€"Not Just a Failure but a Fraud
No Help for the Unemployed
Why is Obama skipping

Netanyahu: Without ultimatum,

Chicago teacher strike is not for the children
Drones' Future: Supersonic Swarms of Robot Bugs
The Pentagon Doesn't Trust Its Own Robots
Army Wants Tiny Suicidal Drone to Kill From 6 Miles Away
GoDaddy Outage Was Due to Technical Glitch, Not Attack

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