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Noteworthy News – April 15, 2013


Sometimes, We Want Prices to Fool Us – New York Times

The Terrifying Reality of Long-Term Unemployment – The Atlantic

With Positions to Fill, Employers Wait for Perfection – New York Times

9 dark omens that show how U.S. growth will wither – Marketwatch

Study of Men’s Falling Income Cites Single Parents – New YorkTimes


Bin €500 notes to spread debt burden – Financial Times

Inside the Bitcoin economy – Economist

Virtual Bitcoin Mining Is a Real-World Environmental Disaster – Bloomberg


Government Spending Per Household Exceeds Median Household Income- Sumner Brooks

Cyprus Can Save Itself by Fleeing the Euro – Bloomberg

Don’t make us Führer: Germans are losing patience with being cast as the euro zone’s scapegoats – Economist


These 12 Banks Got the Fed Minutes a Day Early – CNBC



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