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Noteworthy News – April 14, 2014


The world economy may well be stuck in neutral for years – Telegraph

Wage increases overtake rent rise for first time since 2009 – Telegraph

Occupy was right: capitalism has failed the world - Guardian



Stocks Stumble, but Hope Lingers - Wall Street Journal

Why the bulls will be raging ahead - CNBC

Losing Interest – Project Syndicate

How Global Debt of More Than $100 Trillion Is Threatening Your Portfolio – Yahoo! Small Business Advisor


UN: ‘Massive shift’ needed on energy – BBC

Why Are Liberal Cities Bad for Blacks? – Bloomberg

Total Taxes on Wages Are Rising – New York Times

Top economists warn Germany that EMU crisis as dangerous as ever - Telegraph


The Global Banking Game Is Rigged: The FDIC Is Suing - LA Progressive

The SEC’s just been caught colluding with the banks it’s supposed to regulate - Vox

Greece’s Eurobank gets green light for 2.9 billion euro share issue - Reuters


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