Monday, March 16, 2015

Headlines in the News March 16, 2015

15 large investment banks = nearly 90% of “notional amounts of all open derivative contracts”, trading assets of the ten largest banks summing up to > £5 trillion
Government Farming Subsidies Are A Pile Of Poo
The next bailout will be with student loans: White House takes first steps in allowing a bankruptcy option for student debt. $1.2 trillion in student debt outstanding.
The Real Problem Behind Low Oil Prices
Americans exposed to Ebola return from Africa for monitoring
Sanford airport police hold gun rather than arrest armed passenger stopped by TSA
Man gives change to homeless person, is handcuffed and held by police for an hour
When The Music Stops â€" How America’s Cities May Explode In Violence
Police use stop and search powers on 300 toddlers
U.S. economy still not following script for breakout year
Hundreds of thousands march to ask Brazil president's ouster
Data Confirm China Slowdown Continues
Harley-Davidson will lay off 169 in Kansas City
Nomi Prins-People Don’t Have Any Money
Russia's economic misery deepens
How to Build a $400 Billion F-35 That Doesn’t Fly
Wholesale prices in US fall for the fourth straight month
US Government Plans to Bail out Oil Industry, Consumers to Pay
Martin Wolf on US-UK row over China
It’s Official â€" Obama’s Deficits in 6 Years more than all Prior US Presidents Combined
California Is Turning Back Into A Desert And There Are No Contingency Plans
Greek finance minister says liquidity problems 'insignificant': German TV
Walmart's wage hike has far-reaching effects
ISIS Militants May Have Used Chemical Weapons
Arrest Made in Connection With Shooting of Two Police Officers in Ferguson
Can One Union Save the Beleaguered U.S. Postal Service?
Gold prices higher in Asia with physical demand eyed, Fed ahead
Obama: Sign petition to lower college costs
GM cuts warranty on Chevrolet, GMC vehicles from 100K to 60K miles
Goldman Sachs has a stunning new forecast for the euro
400 Keetac steelworkers Brace for May Layoffs
Why Net Neutrality Regulations Should Concern You
USDollar/USDX Index

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