Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Headlines in the News October 07, 2015

The U.S. Economy's Failure to Launch - By Peter Schiff
Housing today: A 'bubble larger than 2006'
Profits recession as harbinger of economic weakness
Nearly Half of Americans Have No Savings
IMF Gloomy on World Economy as China Slows
6,000 Federal Prisoners to Be Granted Early Release
For Many Workers, No Job Is Good Enough
How and Why Banks Will Seize Deposits During the Next Crisis
US companies hold $2.1 trillion offshore
Feds Earn 78% More Than Private Sector Workers, Study Finds
Robbing Peter to pay the CEO - The share buyback mirage
Shrinking US Trade Volume Means Global Recession Heading To These Shores
California Doles Out Pensions Worth At Least $100,000 To Nearly 20,000 Government Retirees
One True Measure of Stagnation: Not in the Labor Force
Chinese Yuan Becomes Fourth Most Used Transaction Currency
School cancels 'America Day'
At What Age Do Workers Stop Getting Raises?
New Bill Would Punish Corporate Execs With Jail Time For Lying About Deadly Products
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Transparency Through Secrecy
Central Banks “Pretend and Extend” Intact
Employers to Start Offering Student Loan Payment Plans
USDollar/USDX Index

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