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Noteworthy News – April 2, 2012

Economy:

The War Against Youth – Esquire

Europe’s labour markets have favoured older workers at the expense of younger ones. The latest in an occasional series on structural reform – Economist

America’s dream unravels: As other nations rise, the US is in relative economic decline – and the country’s political system is making things worse – Financial Times

Why Some Countries and Cities Are So Much More Expensive Than Others – The Atlantic

Markets:

Farmers to plant 95.9 million acres of corn: Most in 75 years – LA Times

Shiller: Housing Has “Chance” to Bottom But Suburban Prices May Not Recover “In Our Lifetime” – Yahoo! Finance

Two Pros Weigh In on U.S. Stocks - Wall Street Journal

Politics:

Why Nations Fail – New York Times (Thomas Friedman)

Eurozone ministers boost firewall to $1tn – BBC



 

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