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Noteworthy News, April 7, 2014


How to get Americans back to work - Reuters

260,000 graduates in minimum wage jobs – CNN Money

Sign of Spring on Pay: Real Wage Growth – New York Times

Even Small Medical Advances Can Mean Big Jumps in Bills – New York Times

The 17 Contradictions of Capitalism - London School of Economics and Political Science (David Harvey)

How the Rich and Poor Spend Money Today—and 30 Years Ago – Atlantic


Dark Markets May Be More Harmful Than High-Frequency Trading – New York Times

High-frequency traders can’t front-run anyone – CNBC

Sentiment in government bond market turns bearish – Economic Times


Central banks will be financing governments on a permanent basis – Economist

Fed likely to keep tapering after US gains 192,000 new jobs in March – Guardian


China regulator to require bank stress tests - Reuters



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