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Noteworthy News – April 26, 2010

Politics:

Senators near agreement on financial regulation- Reuters

US Senate Republican calls for strict swaps rules – Reuters

Greece expects debt aid rescue in timeReuters

Obama vs. Wall Street: It’s All Politics - Fox News

VAT’s benefits outweighed by politics, experts say – Washington Post

The Case Against The VAT - Forbes

Economy:

Lowenstein: Gambling With the Economy – New York Times

Industrial Companies Report Improving Markets – Wall Street Journal

For nations living the good life, the party’s over, IMF says – Washington Post

Markets:

Fannie Offers Spur to Avoid Foreclosure - Wall Street Journal

Tax Credit Helps Lift New-Home Sales - Wall Street Journal

World markets unfazed by Greece’s financial woes – Los Angeles Times

MONEY MARKETS-Dollar rates up on pre-Fed fretting – Reuters

Banks:

Goldman e-mails show how crash turned into cashAssociated Press

Now we know the truth. The financial meltdown wasn’t a mistake – it was a con – The Observer

Goldman Sachs: the bank that thought it ruled the world - The Telegraph

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