Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Oct 24

Earnings Stink Like a Big Pile of Trash
Negotiations -- or War With Iran?
Global Poll: Obama Overwhelmingly Preferred to Romney
Japan owns almost as much U.S. debt as China
$1 trillion in defense cuts: What you need to know
Oil Still Calling the Cards in Mideast
Baghdad Loses its Grip as Kurdistan

Investors Demand that Oil Sands Developers

Weak Earnings Spark Selloff
Candidates Battle to Lock Up Key States
Exploiting the Americans With Disabilities Act
The Third and Final Debate: Romney Won
Spiraling State of Welfare Spending

Libya and Lies
Big Business Is Not Conservative
Europe Notices Snub

A Very Discouraging Performance
Why Iran Wants to Talk to Us Now
37 Facts About How Cruel This Economy

LIBOR Rates.
America May Soon Be Changing Bankers
Iran Says May Stop Oil Sales If Sanctions Tighten
Trump Promises 'Very Big' Political Bombshell Wednesday
Bernanke Probably Won't Stand For a Third Term at the Fed
Spain's 'Vicious Circle' Worsens

Fed Maintains Dovish Stance as Earnings Ruffle Markets
Iran's Bark Bigger Than Bite on Oil
Deutsche Bank still bullish on Gold;

FOMC meeting likely to pass quietly by commodity markets
Gold in 'wait and see' mode ahead of FOMC
US elections: Precious metals correction to end in near term
Home Heating Costs Expected to Spike

"Pause in Monetary Policy" Sees Gold Drop Below $1710
Bearish Evidence Piling Up Against Stocks
Vladimir Putin: The New Global Shah of Oil
Are We Crashing Like 1987?
U.S. stocks retreat sharply on earnings
Bye, Bye, Bernanke
Dark Money and Citizens United:

How Companies Have Assembled

Why Florida is Sitting on $300 Million Meant to Help Homeowners
Where Are the Foreclosure Deal Millions Going in Your State?
Volcker group to say Illinois budget is unsustainable
After final debate, Obama says election comes down to trust
If U.S. goes over fiscal cliff, dollar could fly
It's Not About the Economy, Stupid
Debt crisis: Europe ratchets up grip on Madrid
Beyond the Bayonets:

Is the World Ready for Mitt Romney?

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