Friday, September 18, 2015

Headlines in the News September 18, 2015

If the world can no longer expand, will it implode?
Outrageous Silver Speculation
Federal Debt Held by the Public Totals $107,000 Per Household
DIY survival watch for about $20
Military exercise that sparked fears in Texas of ‘hostile government takeover’ ends
What’s in a refugee’s bag?
Bill Whittle’s Trifecta
Acetic acid, found in vinegar, shown to be effective against bacteria found in burn wounds
The Fed's real inflation problem
Billionaire JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon says there’s no point in slashing CEO pay
Freddie Mac Completes Largest Deeply Delinquent Loan Sale Ever at $1.1 Billion
Ron Paul: The middle class is being wiped out
Walmart says it will hire 60,000 holiday season workers
GM pays $900 mln in U.S. criminal settlement over ignition switches
GE to create 1000 jobs in Europe
Texas Instruments Adds $7.5 Billion to Stock Repurchase Plan
Inside Shell’s $7 Billion Gamble for Oil in Remote Arctic Seas
Euro Pacific's Peter Schiff Issues 'Still Waiting...' Statement Following FOMC Lack of Action
Obama Admin. Naturalizing 36,000 Immigrants In One Week
Starbucks-coalition to target Phoenix jobless youth
From Flash Sales to Dollar Stores: Surprising Ways the Recovering Economy Could Hurt, Change Retail
Federal Reserve Sees Worse Economic Growth In The Next 4 Years Than In The Last 6
Census Employees Billed Taxpayers More Than $1M For Time They Didn’t Work
Back to basics, and beyond: automakers seek to counter China slowdown
Nearly 2 in 3 Americans Are Driving a Car Over 100,000 Miles
Why Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS) Projects Gloomy US Crude Oil Prices For Next 15 Years
No lift off: Fed leaves rates
SEC Charges Clearing Firm Officials for Improper Margin Loans, Accounting and Disclosure Failures
10 Million Customer Records Exposed Last Week at Health Insurer
USDollar/USDX Index

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