Monday, October 15, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Oct 15

Eurozone needs 'limited fiscal solidarity'
S&P Cuts Spain Crediting Rating To Near Junk
The Case For A Higher Gold Price Based on Monetary History
Panetta Sounds Alarm on Cyber-War Threat
Koch Industries, other CEOs warn employees

U.S. Economy "Below Potential," says OPEC
Jack Welch:  I Was Right About That Strange Jobs Report
The Big Bird Counterattack
Too Big to Maintain?
Confusing Strength With Aggression
ObamaCare Already Hurting Workers
Clinton's Legacy: The Financial and Housing Meltdown
Will The Election Results Cause Massive Riots

Another Obama Executive Order

LIBOR Rates.
Fischer Backs Fed's QE3

The Horrific, Worst-case Scenario for Spain
Gold action could be erratic short term
Roubini Foresees Spain's Doomed Despite Bankia Nationalization
Prosecutors seek criminal charges in London Whale fiasco
Los Angeles mayor wants ID card for immigrants
US woman takes on banks over Libor
Mario Monti: 'I convinced Thatcher

Bernanke defends QE from international criticism
Gold's primed for a breakout, but where to?
IMF's Lagarde urges Europe to deploy bailout
Standard of living, meet falling US dollar – how a falling US dollar benefits banks at the expense of working Americans.
Reverse Mortgages hurting seniors
US rebound signals IMF gloom may be overdone
Euroland's debt strategy is an economic and moral disgrace
Hezbollah takes responsibility for downed drone,

Federal deficit tops $1 trillion for fourth year
Feds closer to filing Google antitrust lawsuit
Social Security benefits to rise 1% to 2% in 2013
Advisor: Israeli strike on Iran less likely if Romney wins
Capital Account asks Jamie Dimon

Keiser Report: Parasites Fat on Fraud (E352)
John Goodman on Curing the Health Care Crisis
Keiser Report: Slippery Snake Split Strategy (E353)
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