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Noteworthy News – July 7, 2014


More than half of 2014′s new jobs pay higher than average wage – MarketWatch

Most Americans think the U.S. is great, but fewer say it’s the greatest – Pew Research

UK ‘to become Europe’s second largest economy by 2020′ - BBC


Tempers fray, prices rise as Egypt cuts fuel subsidies - Reuters

Bargain Borrowing Costs: Euro Crisis Will Help Germany Balance Its Budget – Spiegel

Managing credit bubbles – VOX

Dow Jones Industrial Average hits 17,000 for first time – BBC

Week Ahead: Investors Watch Fed, IMF – And Rupert Murdoch - Forbes

Why interest rates may stay very low for a lot longer - LA Times


ECB’s Coeure: rates to stay low, Europe needs more investment - Reuters

The Top 12 Government Programs Ever – Slate


Western banks start to pull out of Iraq – Financial Times


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