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Noteworthy News – April 29, 2013

Economy:

Work and the young: Generation jobless – Economist

Job Picture Looks Bleak for 2013 College Grads – CNBC

Reinhart and Rogoff: Responding to Our Critics – New York Times

Debt, Growth and the Austerity Debate - New York Times (Reinhart and Rogoff)

The Underground Recovery – New Yorker

Markets:

How trends in search predict the rise and fall of the stock market - Digital Horticulture

Lessons from America’s long history of property booms – Economist

Japanese Seek Refuge in Bullion as Yen Slumps, Inflation Looms – Bloomberg

A Psychological Perspective of Financial Panic – Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Politics:

Public vs. Private Sector Compensation: A Case of Curious Controversy - Library of Economics and Liberty

Bank of Cyprus executes depositor bail-in – Telegraph

Banks:

Everything Is Rigged: The Biggest Price-Fixing Scandal Ever – Rolling Stone (Taibbi)

How The Government Set Up A Fake Bank To Launder Drug Money – NPR Planet Money


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