Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Headlines in the News July 28, 2015

This is how much land prices have changed, and how much they haven’t
Fear Rises As Financial Markets All Over The Planet Start To Crash
Pessimism Amongst Oil Traders Reaches 5 Year High
Historically, When Junk Bonds Have Shown An Extreme Negative Divergence While Stocks Were Near Their 52-week Highs, Stocks Have Almost Unanimously Succumbed To Weakness As Well.
NC mandates chicken registration
Apparently now cooking outside is illegal?
Fundamental Change â€" Military Recruitment Centers in Obama’s America…
Love Gov: From First Date to Mandate
The Coming Enslavement of Communism
Illegal Immigrants Outnumber Unemployed Americans
Halliburton, Baker cut workforces deeper, bringing layoffs to 27,000
U.S. Durable Goods Orders Rebound 3.4% In June
Puerto Rico tourism industry lags rivals, offers little relief from debt crisis
Cheap oil fueling the economy?
Nearly 1 Billion Phones Can Be Hacked With 1 Text
Dallas Fed â€" Manufacturing Contracted Less in July Than in Jun
New Jersey pensions sue Christie for $4 billion in missed payments
Average American holds more debt than Greece
Disabled work program investigated for fraud
Which is more likely, $33 or $75 oil?
Can Government Unions Demand Your Money?
NSA will destroy millions of American calling records 'as soon as possible'
Florida treasure hunters find $1 million in gold from Spanish boats that shipwrecked
Now Is The Time â€" Fear Rises As Financial Markets All Over The Planet Start To Crash
U.S. National Debt: Why It Makes You $57,000 Poorer Than You Already Are
Chinese market meltdown and the Greek Plan B
McDonald’s begins closing restaurants across U.S.
Goldman Sachs must pay US$1.8 million for reporting failures
Banks Want Robots to Do Their Hiring
The Stock Market Will Start To Fall In July? The Dow Plummeted More Than 500 Points Last Week
A $15 minimum wage could hurt those it's meant to help
USDollar/USDX Index

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