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Noteworthy News – December 1, 2014


Are We Reliving The 1930s? – Forbes

Even Among Harvard Graduates, Women Fall Short of Their Work Expectations - New York Times

Falling oil prices offer the west a great chance to refashion itself. Let’s seize it – Guardian

China has ‘wasted’ $6.8tn in investment, warn Beijing researchers - Financial Times


Risk of price bubbles won’t stop ECB trying to revive inflation: Draghi - Reuters

Bond Secrets Decoded 9,539 Miles From Wall Street in Parking Lot – Bloomberg

OPEC Gusher to Hit Weakest Players, From Wildcatters to Iran – Bloomberg

Whatever Happened to Inflation? –

Could oil collapse cause next credit crisis? – CNBC

Oil drop is big boon for global stock markets, if it lasts - Telegraph


State capitalism in the dock - Economist

Inequality is bad for income growth of the poor (but not for that of the rich) – VOX

Fed’s latest invention holds promise for controlled rate rise – Reuters


China Drafts Bank Deposit Insurance in Move to Free Rates – Bloomberg

Banks may need to set aside rainy-day capital - The Age


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