Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Oct 23

Samsung Quits as Apple LCD Panel Supplier
Will Frustrated Homeowners And Armed Posses

Unease about Germany's unchecked gold reserves
Defense: $2 trillion divides Obama and Romney
FedEx forecasts record holiday shipments
Why debt is a threat to national security
The Highs and Lows of Gold Prices Following QE3
Final Debate Memo to Mitt
Foreign Policy
Obama Could Be Buoyed by Latest W.T.O. Victory Over China
What If We Adopted A System

Trump says he will release 'very big news'

Gas prices drop in Ohio, swing states
Issa warns taxpayers' loss on Solyndra loan

Obama: 'Too many' homes still underwater
LIBOR Rates.
Romney Attacks on Foreign Policy as Obama Says U.S. Safe
North Korea Improves Cyber Warfare Capacity, U.S. Says
Barclays firmly bullish on Gold, Q4 forecast $1810
Gold Bullion Flowing from West to East
"But There Is No Inflation!"

Want a Better Economy? History Says Vote Democrat!
Profitable companies slashing jobs
Debate This: Report Says If Iran Gets The Bomb,

Frightened Republicans Try To Shut Down Election Competitors
Israel's cranes reprove Barack Obama's failure

Chinese protesters clash with police over power plant
Egyptian court decides

National Geographic to sell off archive in $3m auction
Romney wins battle for evangelical vote

Fed considers upping QE3 size and language
In Mobile World, Tech Giants Struggle to Get Up to Speed
Firm dollar, weak Europe crimp U.S. industrials' sales
IMF's epic plan to conjure away debt and dethrone bankers
Cash-strapped Cyprus plots Russian exit from austerity
Japan reports worst September trade figures in 30 years
Galicia elections: Spanish government hails

Japan to join currency wars as exports slump
Let's Keep Politics Out of Economics: Paul Krugman
What Obama Should Say About Iran in the Debate
At European Central Bank, new thinking

How an improving economy

How Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

Reasons For US Economic Optimism
Obama, Romney tangle on al Qaeda in final presidential debate

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