Monday, November 5, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Nov 05

Labor Department "Working Hard" To Ensure Jobs Report Released On Time
Stock certificates feared damaged by Sandy
Obama Campaigns In Vegas While Storm Victims Defecate In The Hallways And Rummage Through Garbage Dumpsters For Food
Economists Say Jobs Data To Have Little Impact On US Elections:  Reuters Poll
Hyperinflation Alert: QE Infinity Is The Only Thing Delaying A Complete Systemic Collapse But Now The Fed Is Out Of Short Dated Bonds
Sandy's small business victims: We don't want loans!
Stocks: All eyes on the election
TransCanada Awarded Contract

Iran's Untouchable Energy Exports
Obama and Romney Deadlocked, Polls Show
The Final Days
Taking America's Pulse
Boehner says Romney will win Ohio, despite auto bailout issue
Artur Davis Makes Case for Romney
Unions aim to lock collective bargaining into state constitutions
In recent elections, politicians' predictions are often wrong
Obama, Romney deliver final pitch,

Real Fiscal Cliff--Currency And Bond Collapse
Russian Ship Missing With 700 Tons Of Gold Ore
LIBOR Rates.
Firings Highest Since 2010 As Ford To Dow Face Slump
Obama's U.S. Auto Industry Better Off Than Four Years Ago
Economy Set for Better Times Whether Obama or Romney Wins
The Scariest Jobs Chart Ever
Gold may be under pressure after US elections: Deutsche Bank
Rising Gold prices

Canada's Housing Bubble Springs a Leak
How Mormon Doctrine Shapes Romney's World View
U.S. Treasury Collects Another $67 Million from TARP Bailouts
Why Gold will Benefit from the Global Debt Crisis
U.S. Consumer Confidence and Jobs Numbers
Obama's Bad Economic Policies vs. Romney's Disastrous Ones
Hurricane Sandy and The Recovery's Invisible Hand
Super yacht designed by Apple's Steve Jobs unveiled
One month until they regulate the Internet
Syria rebels 'capture oilfield'
The US electoral college explained:

Obama, Romney sprint to finish line
Watch the Fed, not who wins the election
Candidates Make Final Dash as Race Winds Down
A Democratic Hurricane
Race is tied, but most think Obama will win: Reuters/Ipsos poll
Politics call the tune in U.S, China and Europe
U.S. fiscal cliff, Europe's debt woes worry G20
Housing crisis looms as storm victims battle cold
The Closer
China's economic destiny in doubt after leadership shock
Britain shouldn't jump the gun on leaving the European Union
The Scariest Jobs Chart, Private Sector Edition
Why the October Jobs Report Is Even Better Than It Looks
Together We Stand, Divided We Fall
Romney pledges 'real change' that will end partisan gridlock
Food Stamp Creation 75X Greater Than Job Creation
All Three Branches Agree: Big Brother Is the New Normal

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